Dr. Wagner performing Acupuncture 12/2010
Dr. Wagner is Dual Certified 10/2010
Dr. Wagner is now a Certified Animal Chiropractor 9/2009
Piroplasmosis In Our Area 6/2009
Rabies Case in Our Area 8/2008
Home on the Range Horse Cookies
Dr. Wagner performing Acupuncture - Dec. 2010
Graduating from the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Equine Acupuncture Training Program, Dr. Wagner has integrated acupuncture, herbal and chiropractic therapies into his Western Medical treatment of horses. If you would like to schedule an appointment to evaluate your horse call 816-322-8040.
Dr. Wagner is now Dual Certified - Oct. 2010
Dr. Wagner has met the eligibility requirements and set the curve in satisfying the written and clinical competency standards for Certification by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA). He is Certified in Animal Chiropractic by both the AVCA and IVCA. If you would like your horse evaluated by Dr. Wagner please call 816-322-8040 to schedule an appointment.
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Dr. Wagner is now Certified - Sept. 2009
Dr. Wagner has completed his course work at Options for Animals and has been certified by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA) to perform chiropractic care for our patients.
The horse's spinal column has over 100 separate joints. Each of these joints must function correctly for the horse to perform appropriately. Only Animal Chiropractic offers sufficient training to diagnose abnormal joint mechanics in the subclinical stages and correct them before they cause further damage and lameness issues.
Please call our office at 816.322.8040 if you have any further questions on how chiropractic care can benefit your horse or if you would like to schedule one of the following:
- Initial or referral chiropractic exam
- Chiropractic adjustment & follow-up
- Saddle fit evaluation
Piroplasmosis Found in Area Horses
June 2009 - A recent diagnosis of Piroplasmosis in horses located in Raytown, MO has lead to a quarantine of the barn and euthanasia of the infected horses plus concern from many about the possible spread of the disease.
News Release from the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Servies pertaining to a human rabies case. Learn More
Equine Rabies Case in Cass County, Missouri
In August, 2008, a horse was diagnosed with rabies in Cass County, Missouri, click here to read more about it.
Home on the Range Horse Cookies
1 cup oats (or barley)
1 cup cracked corn
1 cup bran (or wheat germ)
1 cup corn meal
2 cups molasses
1/3 cup apple juice (or water)
1 diced carrot
1 diced apple
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix first 5 ingredients and let stand for 20 minutes. Then mix in the rest. Pour the whole sticky mess into a pan and bake for 20-30 minutes. Consistency will be sticky, but your horse will love it!!
2 cups distilled white vinegar
2 cups bath oil (Avon Skin-So-Soft)
1 cup water
2 Tablespoons Dawn Dishsoap
2 teaspoons Citronella oil
Mix ingredients together well before each application. Test on a small area of the horse before using all over to make sure that there is no reaction to any of the ingredients.
EHS welcomes DeAnna Yehle as our new full time Veterinary Technician. She recently graduated from the Veterinary Tech program at Maple Woods Community College in Kansas City, MO. We hope you welcome her if you come into the clinic or they come out to your place. Feel free to call DeAnna with any questions you might have about your horse at 816-322-8040