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    EHV-1 case dies of other health issues

    A Saskatoon-area horse that was diagnosed with the neurologic form of equine herpes virus 1 (EHV-1) has been humanely euthanized after developing other health issues.  More »

    Beef the “loyal lifesaver”

    If Beef was a human being, he’d likely be getting a letter of recognition from Canadian Blood Services.  More »

    EHV-1 confirmed in horses near Saskatoon

    Equine herpes virus 1 (EHV-1) has been confirmed in two horses with neurologic disease being boarded at a stable near Saskatoon.  More »

    Intensive care gives Angus a new life

    It was an early morning in August when Tyrone Kennedy-Bush of Kindersley, Sask., let his three dogs out for the day.  More »

    Stem cells could speed equine healing

    A team of researchers at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) is investigating the potential use of stem cells — an exciting new area of veterinary medicine — on wound he  More »

    When pigs fly

    Growing up on a farm, Carolyn Cartwright, a registered veterinary technologist and lead hand of specialties at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), spent a lot of time around animals, es  More »

    Strategic deworming key to parasite control

    Fall is here and it’s time to deworm your horse again — or is it?   More »

    Owner helps Jack get back on track

    It was early June 2013 and high school student Morgan Ashdown was looking forward to summer vacation. She planned to spend it out at the barn with her quarter horse, Under the Lethalimit, kn  More »

    Cow-calf study uncovers key health trends

    What does two years of data from a comprehensive cow-calf survey of Western Canada look like?  More »

    Diagnosing equine skin diseases

    If you have ever owned a horse with a skin disease, you know from experience that these conditions are frustrating to manage — diagnosing them can be difficult and their treatment is tediou  More »