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Directions: 
From Calgary:
Go east on highway 1 towards Strathmore at the sign that marks 2KM to Strathmore take the next left onto Range Road 254. The clinic is on the north (left) side of the highway.

From Strathmore:
Go west on highway 1 towards Calgary turn right onto Range Road 254.

Animal Care Centre of Strathmore
Box 62, Site 8, RR 1
Strathmore, AB T1P 1J6
Phone: (403) 901-1800
Fax: (403) 361.2338
Email:  info@animalcarecentre.ca

If you have any questions or comments please direct them to our Practice Manager, Megan Miller: megan@animalcarecentre.ca

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Tips & Hints

Rich spring grass can pose a health risk for your horse. This grass is very high in carbohydrates (sugars) which can predispose horses to founder (laminitis). To avoid this, turn horses out in the early morning when the sugar levels aren't as high, not at night when they are at their highest. Try grazing muzzles if you are not able to move your horse(s) away from spring grass and contact us at the earliest sign of lameness.

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