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Radiographs Can Help Vet–Farrier Collaboration
Dr. Kit Miller
Veterinarian, Brewster, N.Y.
When providing hoof care for equine athletes, it’s not a matter of if an injury will occur, but when. Radiographs are an integral tool that veterinarians and farriers can rely on. In this session, Dr. Kit Miller of Miller & Associates of Brewster, N.Y. and also the first president of the Northeast Association of Equine Practitioners (NEAEP), will discuss how radiographs can help the vet-farrier team develop a shoeing plan.
About Dr. Kit Miller:
A 1989 graduate of U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Miller moved East where he completed his clinical internship and worked as an Associate Veterinarian at Delaware Equine Center in Cochranville, Penn. In 1997, he started his own practice, developing an extensive performance horse clientele throughout the country. A resident of Katonah, N.Y., Dr. Miller services clients from the New York office year-round and has an established clientele in the area. He spends the winter months in Florida to provide services to his clients at the Winter Equestrian Festival. Additionally, he has accompanied the United States Equestrian Show Jumping Team at horse shows throughout Europe and Scandinavia and is an accredited F.E.I. veterinarian.
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