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Help Combat Colic: Take the Equine Guelph Colic Survey

One of the most important parts of being a horse person is staying educated on horse health and sharing experiences and testimonials with others.

Help the Equine Guelph center of Canada create targeted colic education programs for horse lovers of all kinds and take the Equine Guelph colic survey today.

By taking this 15-minute survey you will be helping the Equine Guelph center develop a Colic Prevention Program that includes a Colic Risk Rater and a Colic Prevention eWorkshop that will help horse people learn more about the risks of colic and how to keep their horses healthy, directly from the information gathered from actual horse owners, riders and trainers.

Equine Guelph is the horse owner’s center at the University of Guelph in Canada and is supported and overseen by equine industry groups and dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of horses.

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Participants of the survey will be entered to win a registration for the Colic Prevention eWorkshop.

Share your opinion today and help continue the Crusade Against Equine Colic.

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