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CUPCAKES for a CAUSE

CUPCAKES for a CAUSE

Come on out to Barrow ready to celebrate Octoberfest and BRING YOUR SWEET TOOTH! Peyton Whitaker will be celebrating her 10th birthday and selling •cupcakes for a cause• to support H.E.L.P. http://www.helpcenterofaustin.org/ an organization dedicated to Equine assisted therapy. Can't wait to see you all there! HELP is a therapeutic horseback riding center which has served the Austin area since 1984. We teach horsemanship and horseback riding skills to improve life skills to people with a wide range of challenges like autism, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, cerebal palsy, vision challenges, and more! Everyone who has been around horses knows there's something special about the way they interact with us humans and our volunteers, riders, and visitors can attest to their healing effects. HELP operates on a 20 acre facility off of East Howard Lane just south of Pflugerville. We have an outdoor arena, fantastic barn for the hot days, and a 5 acre riding trail for our riders. Our special herd of horses have been screened for this line of work and are selected for their temperment and willingness to do this unique job. If you're interested in volunteering or just to visit contact us to schedule a tour today at volunteer@helpcenterofaustin.org.

Cupcakes? Beer? Sure!!! Come out to Barrow Brewing Company tomorrow form 12pm to 5pm and buy some cupcakes to support H.E.L.P. Center of Austin.

September Focus: Hurricane Harvey Relief

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Some people assume that Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are simply synonymous with acupuncture. However, TCVM actually has four branches: acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy, and medical massage. These therapies can be used alone or combin...

There is still a lot of work to do in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Equipuncture recently donated to the Texas Equine Veterinary Association. How can you help with Hurricane Harvey relief? Check out our September newsletter for more information. http://mailchi.mp/34b6a31ea83c/may-updates-summer-heat-is-coming-1518453

Harvey Relief - Houston Food Bank

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Your support helps provide meals for hungry neighbors in emergencies and throughout the year. Together, we can help people in their greatest time of need. Once all this year's disaster relief and recovery needs have been met, any remaining donations will be used to fund ongoing hunger-relief efforts...

The sky is blue and the sun is shining but there's still a lot of work to do! Too far away to volunteer? Donate! Equipuncture just donated to the Houston Food Bank to help feed families in need during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. If you are also able to donate please click on the following link - just $10 buys 30 meals. #hurricaneharvey #houston #houstonfoodbank #texasstrong https://secure3.convio.net/hfb/site/Donation2;jsessionid=00000000.app353b?idb=1389238920&DONATION_LEVEL_ID_SELECTED=1&df_id=9314&9314.donation=form1&mfc_pref=T&NONCE_TOKEN=7D6002702D16883C3737C5A8F5D2E34A&idb=0

Texas Equine Veterinary Association

AUGUST 29, 2017 PRESS RELEASE – HOUSTON, TEXAS TEVA has specified donation hubs located around the state. If you would like to donate please take feed supplies, feed, buckets, halters, shavings etc. to your nearest hub and we will get those to victims and shelters in the Houston area as soon as the water allows us to do so. Please view this map and find the facility closest to you: Austin Area: 1: Austin Equine Hospital 20640 Highway 150 Driftwood, TX 78619 2: Brazos Valley Equine Hospitals - Salado 1920 FM 2268 Salado, Texas 76571 3: Elgin Veterinary Hospital 600 Hwy 290 W Elgin, TX 512-285-3395 Dallas/Fort Worth Area 4: Animal Imaging 6112 Riverside Drive Irving, TX 75039 San Antonio Area 5: Retama Equine Hospital 17555 Old Evans Road Selma, TX 78154 210-651-6375 8: Town and Country Animal Hospital 2710 Junction Hwy Kerrville, TX 78028 West Texas 6: West Texas Equine Clinic 311 Vinson Road North Abilene, TX 79602 Greater Houston Area 7: Brazos Valley Equine Hospital - Navasota 6999 Highway 6 Navasota, TX 77868 *This will likely be changing to somewhere closer to central Houston/Katy in the coming days. The Texas Animal Health Commission Hotline Number is the best number right now if there are trapped horses that need help. 512-719-0799 at the Animal Response Operation Coordination Center (AROCC). If you receive a call with someone looking to volunteer, donate, wanting to offer shelter for animals, reporting live or dead animals you can pass them along to the Harvey Hotline. Texas Equine Veterinary Association is accepting cash/monetary donations. Please go to: https://texasequineva.com/hurricane-harvey-relief/ to donate via the Texas Equine Veterinary Association. The Board of the TEVA Foundation will be distributing that money at their discretion to Hurricane Harvey victims. For most current road closures/road conditions: DriveTexas.org

Please see the following post to learn how you can help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Also, here are a few ways to donate: Texas Equine Veterinary Association is accepting cash/monetary donations: https://texasequineva.com/hurricane-harvey-relief/ Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation's disaster relief fund: https://www.texvetpets.org/giving/ American Red Cross Houston Texas: https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-harvey?scode=RSG00000E017&utm_campaign=Harvey&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxuuy_oL-1QIVzksNCh0xAwJ2EAAYASAAEgLXKPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CLDWs4GD_tUCFRk8TwodRQEG7w

Austin Equine Hospital

* Please share again, faulty link so original post had to be deleted! Thank you so much to all who have already reached out to us! HURRICANE HARVEY ASSISTANCE: At this time, we do not know exactly what is needed in general, or specifically for the region's horses. We are working in conjunction with the Texas Equine Veterinary Association to develop some ways to help. As a start, we are volunteering to be a hub for our region. We can store any donated supplies until we know more about where everything is needed. Please call our office, 512-858-0058 if you are able to provide any of the following: Stall space Truck and trailer for transport for horses from the Houston area Hay Shavings Water buckets, clips, chains (to hang buckets), etc. Again, we do not know how to utilize most of this yet, but we are trying to think of anything we can to start preparing for what will come. Please call our office at 512-858-0058 for any assistance or ideas you can offer. Additionally, if you need help, please don't hesitate to call us. We are attempting to create a network for you to find the help you need. Our thoughts and hearts go out to all who are suffering this catastrophe. American Association of Equine Practitioners American Board of Veterinary Practitioners American Quarter Horse Association Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society Coraggio Equestrian Juniper Ridge Farm Bastrop Co Fire Large Animal Info AAEVT-American Association of Equine Veterinary Technicians and Assistants LOPE Texas ("LoneStar Outreach to Place Ex-Racers") Graymar Farm Karhan Ranch Lone Star Pony Club Silver Fox Farms Brock Veterinary Clinic Austin Humane Society Austin Pets Alive! Monarch Stables Austin Minis & Friends - Austin Texas Animal Health Commission

Austin Equine Hospital is creating a network for Hurricane Harvey assistance. If you need help or can help others, please see the link below!

Update: We now accept payments in the form of cash, credit card, check and baked goods. Not really to the last one, but we could be convinced. 😉 Thank you to our wonderful clients who know when we need a beautiful and yummy pick-me-up on a hot day!

CUPCAKES for a CAUSE

CUPCAKES for a CAUSE

Come on out to Barrow ready to celebrate Octoberfest and BRING YOUR SWEET TOOTH! Peyton Whitaker will be celebrating her 10th birthday and selling •cupcakes for a cause• to support H.E.L.P. http://www.helpcenterofaustin.org/ an organization dedicated to Equine assisted therapy. Can't wait to see you all there! HELP is a therapeutic horseback riding center which has served the Austin area since 1984. We teach horsemanship and horseback riding skills to improve life skills to people with a wide range of challenges like autism, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, cerebal palsy, vision challenges, and more! Everyone who has been around horses knows there's something special about the way they interact with us humans and our volunteers, riders, and visitors can attest to their healing effects. HELP operates on a 20 acre facility off of East Howard Lane just south of Pflugerville. We have an outdoor arena, fantastic barn for the hot days, and a 5 acre riding trail for our riders. Our special herd of horses have been screened for this line of work and are selected for their temperment and willingness to do this unique job. If you're interested in volunteering or just to visit contact us to schedule a tour today at volunteer@helpcenterofaustin.org.

Austin clients! Head up to Barrow Brewing Company in Salado on September 23rd to enjoy a beer and a cupcake (or two) in support of H.E.L.P. Center of Austin, an organization dedicated to helping others through equine assisted therapy. http://www.helpcenterofaustin.org/

Kentucky Equine Research

Until products are commercially available that could help control obesity and limit laminitis, owners are encouraged to maintain their horses at an appropriate body condition score to help prevent insulin dysregulation.

Vet Around Town

Mobile veterinary care for your pets in the comfort of your own home or office. Providing routine care, sick pet treatment, and in-home euthanasia.

Austin clients - looking for a small animal vet who comes to you and your fur children?? Look no further than our friend Dr. Jenna Scibilia of Vet Around Town! Dr. Scibilia and Dr. Reed were classmates together at Penn Vet in Philadelphia and just happened to luckily land in the same awesome city. In other great news, Dr. Scibilia is becoming veterinary acupuncture certified this fall - so you now know are go to referral for the "Do you work on dogs?" question!

American Association of Equine Practitioners

Summer is here, and full of horses and owners participating in vigorous show schedules, trail rides, clinics, and other events. Often in these circumstances, we’re asking our horses to hop in the trailer and go. AAEP member Dr. Toria Waldron discusses what you should consider for the health and safety of your horse prior to transporting in hot weather.

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A pile of @equipuncture's pups 🐶🐶🐶 Thanks to Dr. Scibillia of @vetaroundtown for the great care of our canine fur-children.

Update: We now accept payments in the form of cash, credit card, check and baked goods. Not really to the last one, but we could be convinced. 😉 Thank you to our wonderful clients who know when we need a beautiful and yummy pick-me-up on a hot day!

The Equipuncture office is closed from June 22nd through June 27th. Although our phone availability will be limited, we will be checking email and texts periodically. If you need to reach us please email doc@equi-puncture.com or text 512-522-8164. See you next Wednesday Austin! ❤️🌴☀️❤️

The lone flower in Dr. Reed's office view today. #officeview #horsevet #girlboss #lifeofahorsevet #office #work #mobilevet #vet #veterinarian #acupuncture #equineacupuncture #spinalmanipulation #austin #atx #texas #spicewoodtexas

Dr. Reed and her husband are all dressed up to spend this Derby Day at @victorycuppolo ❤️🐴❤️ #horse #polo #polopony #kentuckyderby #derbyvet #horsevet #veterinarian #alldressedup #barngirl #austin #atx

Someone thought we needed an assistant for the day 😻 #catlover #horsevet 🐴 #humpday #wednesday #horse #equipuncture #veterinarians #mobilevet #travelingvet #vetlife #vetassistant #acupuncture #equineacupuncture #spinalmanipulation #equinespinalmanipulation #chiro #austin #texas #atx #centraltexas #wimberleytx

Today started out quite gloomy, but the rain stopped just in time for this girl's first appointment. Now the sun is shining and we just received a report that she's happily frolicking around her field. #HappyMonday #horse #equine #equestrian #tennesseewalkinghorse #paint #acupuncture #spinalmanipulation #equineacupuncture #horseacupuncture #equinespinalmanipulation #atx #austin #texas #vet #veterinarian #equipuncture #horsevet #mobilevet

'Tis the season for anhidrosis. Check out our latest education spotlight in our March newsletter for information about signs, diagnosis, and treatments (link in bio) for this frustrating condition. #anhidrosis #nonsweater #sweat #heat #horse #equine #horsevet #mobilevet #veterinarian #acupuncture #tcvm #austin #atx #texas

We are one hour into the 24-hour day of giving - to help us support @h.e.l.p._horse_empowered see the link in our bio. ❤️🐴❤️ #horse #therapy #therapeuticriding #therapeuticridingcenter #therapyhorse #donate #support #feedtheponies #austin #atx #texas #givelocal #ilivehereigivehere #amplifyaustin

Happy Wednesday from Dr. Reed's favorite redhead ❤️ #humpday #wednesday #horse #chestnut #redhead #equipuncture #bathtime #springtimeintexas #sunshine #veterinarian #horsevet #vetshorse #mobilevet #travelingvet #vetlife #acupuncture #equineacupuncture #spinalmanipulation #equinespinalmanipulation #chiro #austin #texas #atx #huttotx #georgetowntx

My office has been commandeered by a cute orange kitty. Is that a cat bed or chiropractic adjustment bale? Today, it was both. 🐴😻#sorrykitty #horsesonly #horse #equine #horselover #cat #catlover #veterinarian #horsevet #mobilevet #travelingvet #vetlife #acupuncture #equineacupuncture #spinalmanipulation #equinespinalmanipulation #chiro #adjustment #chiropracticbale #austin #texas #atx #spicewoodtx

These are a few of our favorite things - barn cat and a pasture full of ponies. ❤️ #officeview #myoffice #veterinarian #horsevet #vetlife #mobilevet #horse #equine #pony #equestrian #barncat #sunbathing

That's a lot of wires! Enjoying learning from many interesting cases this weekend. #electroacupuncture #chiinstitute #acupuncture #tcvm #equineacupuncture #veterinarian #vetlife #travelingvet #mobilevet #equinevet #continuingeducation #austin #texas #atx #florida #horse #equestrian #equine

Dr. Reed is currently out of town visiting the Chi Institute for a seminar focusing on advanced acupuncture techniques and TCVM diagnostics, and she will be back in town for appointments starting on Monday. We are very excited to share this information with our patients and continue to grow our practice! #chiinstitute #acupuncture #tcvm #equineacupuncture #veterinarian #vetlife #travelingvet #mobilevet #equinevet #continuingeducation #austin #texas #atx #florida #horse #equestrian #equine