Articles Tagged with ''Veterinarian''

Book Notes

Overcoming Founder Step by Step

Founder Data Collection And Analysis — How to Take, Read and Interpret Radiographs for the Prognosis and Treatment of the Foundered Horse

Foundered horses climb the road to recovery one step at a time in heart bar shoes, according to farrier Esco Buff. The key, he believes, is to apply those shoes exactly as needed according to detailed radiographs and meticulous records of the horse’s progress.


Read More
Double-Barreled Hoof-Care Advice

Building Relationships is Critical

Communicating effectively with owners, trainers, riders, veterinarians, students and other shoers is as important as knowing the latest footcare techniques
Communicating effectively with owners, trainers, riders, veterinarians, students and other shoers is as important as knowing the latest footcare techniques
Read More

One Vet’s Approach To Laminitis

With the magic bullets of prevention and cure still eluding researchers, Kentucky veterinarian Robert Hunt believes management of laminitis begins with a thorough understanding of what could be happening and continual examination of treatments
“There are no diseases in medicine that we deal with that have the complexity and the duration over time — especially in the equine end — as what we encounter with laminitis.”
Read More
Horse
Nutrient Strategies

Pasture Perfect

Pass these tips along to your hoof-care clients for maintaining healthy and productive pastures
Horsemen, veterinarians and farriers alike have always been aware of the value of “Dr. Green.”
Read More
Micheal Steward

Adding A Farrier Day To An Equine Veterinary Practice

A well-planned program promotes hoof-care knowledge, improves farrier-veterinarian communication and pays off for everyone
Knowledge of the biomechanics and function of the equine foot has increased in recent years. A variety of technological advances have allowed veterinarians and farriers to measure the stresses and forces placed on and within the foot.
Read More

A Fond Farewell to Two of the Industry's Best

Colleagues offer tribute to Eddie Watson and Reggie Kester
During the final month of 2008, the farrier industry lost two of its best-known members with the passing of Eddie Watson and Reggie Kester, who both succumbed to cancer.
Read More

Top Articles

Current Issue

View More

Current Issue

View More

Must Read Free Eguides

Download these helpful knowledge building tools

View More
Top Directory Listings