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Veterinarian-Farrier Relationships Flourish When Egos Aren’t In The Way

I enjoy discussing veterinarian-farrier relationships. This subject reminds me of a quote from the legendary Baltimore Sun writer H.L. Mencken: “For every complex problem there is a solution that is clear, simple and wrong.” There’s not an easy answer to the question on improving veterinarian-farrier relationships because we are complex individuals.
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Veterinarian-Farrier Relationships Grow In The Absence Of Egos

I enjoy discussing veterinarian-farrier relationships. This subject reminds me of a quote from the legendary Baltimore Sun writer H.L. Mencken: “For every complex problem there is a solution that is clear, simple and wrong.” There’s not an easy answer to the question on improving veterinarian-farrier relationships because we are complex individuals.


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How Would You Handle These Ethical Concerns About Footcare?

On day 1 of your footcare business — as an apprentice or out on your own — you will face tough challenge that you must resolve using your code of ethics. Some of these challenges will be simple to overcome, while others will present potential outcomes that will be difficult for you to answer without negative consequences for one party.
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Circumstances In Which Walking Away From A Laminitis Case Might Be In Your Best Interest

There are many circumstances in which vets and farriers need to work together for the best outcome for the horse. Disagreements may occur during these discussions of the best course to take. In speaking with Diego Almeida, CJF, of the Midwest Horseshoeing School and University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine about dealing with laminitis (September/October 2017, American Farriers Journal), he finds that it is imperative for the farrier to avoid misunderstandings with the vet by being prepared.
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Frankly Speaking:

 During the December farrier liaison committee meeting of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) in Baltimore, Md., the joint role that farriers and veterinarians play in foot care was a major topic.


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Veterinarian/Farrier Happy Hour

11/20/17
Brandon Equine Medical Center
605 E. Bloomingdale Ave.
Brandon, FL
United States
Brandon Equine Medical Center will host a Veterinarian/Farrier Happy Hour with Dr. Ruth-Anne Richter and Jim Zimmerman, CF. Read More

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32nd Annual Heumphreus Lecture

2/3/18
University of California, Davis
United States
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine is hosting the 32nd annual Heumphreus Lecture. Read More

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Vet/Farrier Round Table

5/19/18
160 Woodhaven Lane
Ball Ground, GA
United States
Contact: Jennifer Melcher
Dr. Jennifer Melcher is hosting a vet/farrier round table in Ball Ground. Read More

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Vet/Farrier Round Table

7/28/18
160 Woodhaven Lane
Ball Ground, GA
United States
Contact: Jennifer Melcher

Dr. Jennifer Melcher is hosting a vet/farrier round table in Ball Ground.

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Vet/Farrier Round Table

9/8/18
160 Woodhaven Lane
Ball Ground, GA
United States
Contact: Jennifer Melcher
Dr. Jennifer Melcher is hosting a vet/farrier round table in Ball Ground. Read More

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Southern Farrier's Assn. Spring Clinic

4/20/19
Harrison County Equestrian Complex
15321 County Farm Rd
Gulfport, MS
United States
Contact: David Hodges
The Southern Farrier's Assn. will be hosting a spring clinic in Gulfport. Read More

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