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Celebrating 100 Years of the Canadian Government’s Only Working Horse Ranch

My Early Years in the Canadian Rockies - A Park Warden’s Story

Compression bandages are used to help the horse’s lymphatic system function properly. In human applications, there are four compression classes ranging from CCL 1 (mild) to CCL 4 (very strong). The EquiCrown® bandages use a CCL 1 compression pressure, which is sufficient for horses’ sensitive legs, to help support lymphatic flow and blood circulation through the application of external pressure. They also promote the drainage of lymphatic fluid resulting in a thinner and healthier leg. Suggested use is for two hours (minimum) up to 24 hours, depending on the reasons for use.

A Celebration in Fact and Fable 

By William Shatner with Jeff Rovin

Imagine being able to help your dog, cat, or horse heal their body naturally. VetCur does just that by providing essential nutrition the body requires to heal itself from the inside out. No chemicals, no genetically modified organisms (GMOs), these are just natural herbs that nature would have provided in the animal’s natural habitat.

New from Purica, the makers of the well-known Recovery EQ, is H.A. 300, an extra strength hyaluronic acid supplement created to support joint health and function. Each serving of H.A. 300 contains 300 mg of HA which is a natural lubricating compound for both joint and skin health.

An adult horse’s body is comprised of approximately 70 percent water, and all bodily functions depend on the conductivity of fluids in and around cells. Because electrolytes conduct electricity and manage all bodily fluids, good health depends upon correct electrolyte levels working properly in order to maintain optimum balance in the body. Proper electrolyte activity keeps horses hydrated for improved general health and performance.

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