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Paying It Forward There is a natural seasonal influence on veterinary medicine in Colorado. As the temperature drops in the fall and winter, and the Christmas ornaments are brought out of storage and then put back, there is a normal slowing of veterinary activity. Equestrians have their minds diverted to family activities, and the falling […]
An Evening With A Veterinarian “Hay and Grain and Supplements! Oh My! What should I feed my horse?” Speaker: Dr. Katie Mullen Date: February 27, 2019 and March 4, 2019 Time: 6:00pm Location: Littleton Equine Medical Center conference room Availability: Feb 27 — 25 seats, March 4 — 25 seats RSVP to 303-794-6359 or email email@example.com […]
The Holiday Gene You would have to be blind and deaf, locked up in a underground bunker without any power, batteries, or digital devices to be unaware of the holiday season. I think it is fair to say Kathi loves the Christmas season like no other time of the year. Her enthusiasm is centered around […]
Connecting The day was one of those unusually warm days we get in the middle of winter in Colorado. The temperature was a perfect fifty-five degrees, the sun was shining, there was a slight breeze. The mud around horse-boarding pens had thawed and dried. If someone had given me the task of creating the perfect […]
Equine health care professionals utilize a “Body Condition Scoring” system to talk in relative terms. The horse’s physical condition is rated on visual appraisal and palpation (feel) of six key conformation points…