Dr. Jennifer Fowlie
Board Certified Specialist in Surgery
General Equine Practice
Dr. Fowlie graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon in 2007. The following year she completed an Internship at Moore Equine and then spent 3 years at Michigan State University as a Resident in Equine Surgery. During this time she was trained by world renowned surgeons and completed a Masters of Science, with research focusing on meniscal tears in the equine stifle. She worked for Caledon Equine Hospital in Ontario in the fall of 2011, prior to completing her surgery board examination in January 2012. She was the sole surgeon at West Wind Veterinary Hospital in Edmonton from 2012-2015, where she primarily did lameness, surgery and referral cases.
Dr. Fowlie has published 3 research articles on the equine meniscus and 1 on a novel arthroscopic approach to coffin joint in peer reviewed journals (Equine Veterinary Journal and Veterinary Surgery). She has also authored chapters on the equine stifle and meniscal/cruciate injuries in the textbooks Equine Surgery and Current Therapy in Equine Medicine.
Dr. Fowlie was raised in Calgary, and grew up with quarter horses used for pleasure riding and ranch work. She enjoys playing sports of all kinds, including hockey, and she has a retriever/collie cross dog named Tovi and a quarter horse named Dandy.