Students practice their techniques of strengthening the muscles of a dog, by using the apparatuses in the Dog therapy room. Each exercise done with the dog targets spesific muscle development.
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Thank you to the Equine-Nutritionist who came to our college, Dr Rensia Moller; from Malelane in Mpumalanga. We really appreciate the knowledge that you shared with our students. Another thanx to Dr Cedrick Tutt, who lectured on Horse Dentistry. Dr Cedrick Tutt is from Cape Town and is a Dental Specialist. Thank you for your time and […]
Our horse walker is a good way to keep the horses fit, especially after a surgery or injury.
Thank you Malan, for giving a great lecture on the behaviour of a horse. Students learnt some good techniques about training, taming and working with different horses. click here to check out the photo’s
Dianne Botes, a profesional jumping coach, presented a fantastic jumping clinic at Equine-Librium stables. Please check out our Stables Gallery
Today was a great learning experience for the students! Dissecting is a good way to understand the anatomy of the dog’s body. Check out the college gallery for some more interesting pics. Please note that the dogs were euthanized due to injuries or sickness.
What an amazing learning experience for the students to have Bridget visit the college. Bridget came to speak on connected horsemanship; which is all about having a balance of the physical and Mental aspects of horsemanship. check out the gallery for more info on Bridget please follow this link: www.naturalstart.co.za
EQUINE-LIBRIUM Farriers Symposium 2012 Equine-Librium is privileged to present a farriers symposium with our main guest speaker: Dr. Stephen E. O’Grady Dr. ‘Steve’ O’Grady is both a veterinarian and professional farrier. He operates Northern Virginia Equine in Marshall, Virginia which is a practice devoted to foot disease and equine therapeutic farriery. He also operates a consulting […]