How Did It Happen? We were off to tend to a cut on a horse’s face. Our patient was a quiet, middle-aged Quarter horse living in a new barn that was immaculately cleaned and maintained. Our task was to repair a two-inch-long cut on the face over the cheek. Our job was fairly simple as […]
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Perfection It is no great revelation to admit the title “Travels with Kathi” is not original. There are few similarities between my meager writing prowess and John Steinbeck’s displayed in the book “Travels with Charley”. Steinbeck described his travels from New York to California, then back to New York. Our travels hardly carry us more […]
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Rabies is a preventable viral disease most often transmitted through the bite of a rabid animal. Rabies is almost always fatal to humans, and always fatal to horses.
A device that is sutured into the both sides of the vulvar lips of a mare prior to foaling verses a minor surgical procedure on a mare’s vulvar lips.
Cribbing is a vice much like a human biting their finger nails. Can it be destructive to the horse? The answer is yes.
Travels With Kathi #16: Resolutions