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Entries by littletonequine
Liquid Gold Ask Kathi what has been her favorite part of our practice together and without a doubt her answer will be delivering the babies. Her career as a dedicated animal caregiver, trainer, and animal lover started early in her life in Tiffin, Ohio, her hometown. As she had babies of her own, she started […]
Connecting the Dots “Again, you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has […]
On vacation: North to Alaska I have been able to visit the Alaskan part of the world a few times in the past. Each time I have returned home wide eyed like a kid coming home from Disneyland. Kathi has had to endure my repetitive, excited description of every marvelous detail of nature’s treasures; I’m […]
We are proud to be the host for VetPD and their continuing education course regarding Ultrasound of the Mid-Distal limb. This is a 2-day course for equine practitioners on October 28th & 29th, 2017. For further information and registration details please visit their website or Facebook Page.
The Future Driving around the countryside on calls during the spring and summer takes my mind back to my childhood days on the farm in Oklahoma. The smells of the vegetation bathed in a morning dew or refreshed by an afternoon shower bring a smile to my face and lowers my blood pressure nearly as […]
Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 1 — 4pm Free admission and free hotdogs and hamburgers available. Family friendly! Face Painting from the Arapahoe County Rodeo Royalty! Free Pony Rides! Live demos regarding Equine First Aid, Rescue Sling Use, and Field Colic Treatment for the First Responders for our equine friends. Tours of the hospital from […]
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 […]