Equine Emergency First Aid Training programs for all ages, abilities and disciplins

Looking for a new career ?  Check out our instructor training program and join the team!

EQUI-HEALTH CANADA

for the life and the love of the horse

Our Vision:

Equi-Health Canada strives to expand the knowledge and confidence level of all horse owners in the area of equine health care and emergency response, in order to improve the lives of horses and increase the equine survival rate in an emergency.

With a variety of Adult Courses and Children's Courses available for all ages and abilities, we're sure you'll enjoy the training and even the most experienced horse person will learn something new! 

Courses are eligible for Equestrian Canada coaching credits, provincial Associations of Veterinary Technicians for continuing education credits, high school green certificate programs and for discounts on your equine insurance!


Santa's tired!  Give him a hand by buying that horse-crazy person on your Christmas list an Equi-Health Canada Gift Certificate!  Available in any denomination, and valid towards any program or service offered across Canada!

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Thank you for your request. Our office accepts visa, mastercard and etransfer. Please contact us at 403-700-9152 with your method of payment to complete your transaction. The gift certificate will be emailed to you immediately following successful payment.
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