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Jeremy McGovern
From The Desk Of AFJ

Rebranding Unwanted Horses

When there is an unpleasant reputation around something, one way to reshape public perception is by changing the common terminology used. For example, when West Side business people of New York City wanted to erase the rough and crime-ridden reputation of the historic neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen, they declared it should be known as “Clinton.”
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Worst Foot He's Seen

Several options were tried to get this horse back to work
After the injured horse arrived, an unsuccessful attempt was made to stabilize the foot, even though the lateral hoof was torn much like a severe quarter crack.
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HURRICANE RITA

A Worthy Task Force

Farriers, veterinarians step up to provide emergency hoof care and equine rescue procedures in the wake of Hurricane Katrina

In the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, which devastated the United States’ Gulf Region, one of the less publicized stories involving animal rescue and voluntary aid revolved around an incredible joint effort of a number of farriers, veterinarians and veterinary students in Louisiana.


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