ABOUT EQUI-HEALTH CANADA
Equi-Health Canada is an organization dedicated to helping horse owners and lovers improve the health and safety of horses by providing emergency first aid and specialized training to individuals, clubs and organizations across Canada and the United States and further.
Equine First Aid is the first available treatment available to a horse before a veterinarian can attend to the animal. The program was born over a decade ago, with the vision of educating horse owners in emergency first aid, emergency preparedness and providing quality training and products in these areas.
Developed by veterinarians, farriers, equine chiropractors, equine massage therapists, and first responders in conjunction with a cross-section of government agencies, the courses and products provided are recognized across the continent and beyond.
Enroll in one for the first aid training courses right here at EmPower U Equine.
I CAN HELP! Horse First Aid For Kids.
$59 + GST
Have a horse crazy youngster? Sign them up for the 3-hour kid's program. They’ll learn horse safety and basic first aid in a fun, hands-on environment. There’s even a recipe for horse cookies in their manual and they’ll all get a frameable certificate of completion! No horse experience necessary! Ask about our summer camp specials!
Equine Health & Emergency First Aid
$159 + GST
A one day, hands-on course with horses that covers: what your vet needs to know, conditioning a horse to accept treatment, taking vital signs, dealing with lacerations, punctures, colic, choke, collapse, casting, shock, hoof issues, recognizing pain in the horse and pain source identification, injury prevention and so much more. All attendees receive a certificate of completion, first aid manual and the course earns you professional development credits with Equestrian Canada as well as equine-related discounts.
First Aid Fundamentals
$89 + GST
This half-day fast-paced clinic covers the fundamentals of first aid. Working hands-on with horses you will learn to take vital signs, recognize paid in the horse, detect colic and participate in lots of bandaging and realistic scenarios. All attendees receive a first aid reference booklet.