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3H Equine Hospital and Mobile Veterinary Service’s mission is to provide the most progressive and compassionate care possible to our equine community. They offer extensive services including, wellness, lameness diagnosis and treatment, reproductive/breeding, rehabilitative, and are always available 24 hours a day should an emergency arise. Their equine veterinary staff are all lifelong horse owners, so they know first-hand how stressful it can be when your horse is injured or not feeling well, and they will do everything they can to ease your concerns. They will care for your horse like they care for their own, and we designed our veterinary services to provide their patients with the highest level of progressive veterinary care. They believe that proper client education is vital in helping horses remain healthy for their entire lives, and their doctors and support staff are always eager to answer any questions you may have. Both all-Inclusive since 1997 AND specialized, they are also rehabilitation leaders and “horse-people” to the core. Providing world-class equine care in their community and beyond since 1997. They are fortunate that their team is composed of equine professionals with a passion for horses and, as important, horse health. Their veterinarians are curious, life-long learners. In addition to the required continuing education, each has sought additional certifications beyond the traditional DVM. These include acupuncture, chiropractic, Kinesio-taping, and FEI certifications. 3H Equine Hospital and Mobile Veterinary Service’s doctors and team spend time each year travelling the United States to find the latest research, treatments, and modalities to bring back home to North Carolina to continually elevate the level of care your horses receive. Their friendly staff of competent professionals have been transforming their patient care and client relations by delivering on-demand, full service veterinary care to all equine breeds, in all equestrian disciplines, for all routine medical issues through sincere compassion, competence and state-of-the-art technology! Proud to be the first rehab center in the Research Triangle, 3H Equine Hospital and Mobile Veterinary Service also accept patients nationwide for our equine sports medicine and lameness solutions program. Since rehab is at the core of every injury, and muscle strengthening is at the heart of every true athlete, equines in their care submit to a host of rigorous, veterinarian-supervised options upon prescription. Their method is their philosophy: First heal, then incrementally improve by strengthening and correcting.

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The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) was founded in 1954 by a group of 11 charter members who saw that together they could direct the focus of equine veterinary medicine. Today, the AAEP, headquartered in Lexington, Ky., at the Kentucky Horse Park, represents an educated group of men and women who cover a broad range of veterinarian equine disciplines, breeds and associations. Nearly 9,300 veterinarians and veterinary students in 61 countries are members of the AAEP. The AAEP's mission is to improve the health and welfare of the horse, to further the professional development of its members, and to provide resources and leadership for the benefit of the equine industry. These principles have guided the AAEP for more than six decades in the activities and services it provides. The AAEP conducts regular strategic planning every three to four years in order to establish priorities and set direction for the association over the current planning horizon. Informed by the results of the 2018 membership survey, the AAEP board of directors held its most recent strategic planning session in July 2019. The 2020-2023 plan was formally approved in December 2019. The three primary goals of the 2020-2023 AAEP Strategic Plan are focused on the following: 1. The Profession. AAEP will work to improve upon the current equine practice model in an effort to improve the practice life of its members and retention within the profession. Secondary strategies to this goal will involve further recruitment efforts to satisfy market demand. 2. Education. The AAEP will continue to provide innovation and improvements in its continuing education offers to members. Key drivers will be to provide member value, return on investment, and community building. Furthermore, the education will be membership-driven and focused on providing education on timely topics and enhancing the member experience. 3. The Horse. AAEP will strive to improve equine welfare, particularly with the racing and performance horse sectors, through education and advocacy of appropriate business and ethical models of practice, enhanced communications amongst members and their clients, as well as between the association and industry stakeholders.

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Our passion at Anoka Equine Veterinary Services is the health and well-being of the horse. Established in 1978, Anoka Equine has been providing progressive, quality veterinary medicine for horse owners in the Twin Cities for over 40 years. Our clinic, located in Elk River, Minnesota offers clients and referring veterinarians extensive preventative and emergency equine health services in the field and in the hospital. While delivering exceptional care to our equine patients, we strive to provide compassion, education, and service to our clients. Anoka Equine offers on-farm service for routine preventative maintenance procedures, investigation of health concerns and 24-hour emergency care. We maintain eight full service mobile units that cover the 35 mile radius around Elk River. Our emergency service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Chaparral Veterinary Medical centre (CVMC) is a full-service veterinary hospital and clinic for horses, dogs, and cats. From their original location started in 1978 to their new location built in 2008, the practice has constantly been striving to improve patient care by being progressive in the services they provide. Chaparral started out as a Paradise Valley Animal Hospital in 1971. What started out small served as a stepping stone to the formation of Chaparral Animal Hospital in 1980. The clinic underwent tremendous growth over the next 8 years, outgrowing Chaparral Animal Hospital and transforming into the Chaparral Veterinary Medical centre known today, moving to the new building in 2008. When looking for an equine veterinarian, superior care and excellent service are of paramount importance. Chaparral Veterinary Medical centre is a state-of-the-art facility staffed by an expert team of veterinary professionals to bring you the best possible healthcare for your horse. At Chaparral Veterinary Medical Centre, they believe that a team approach is the most effective way to provide the highest quality of care. They therefore, collaborate both with in-house specialist veterinarians and outside specialists on an as-needed basis for complex health problems. Chaparral Veterinary Medical Centre (CVMC) is a full-service veterinary hospital and clinic for horses, dogs, and cats. From their original location started in 1978 to their new location built in 2008, the practice has constantly been striving to improve patient care by being progressive in the services they provide. Chaparral Veterinary Medical Centre offers full-service small animal care including routine surgeries such as spays, neuters, and dental. They also offer medical treatment, hospitalization, digital radiography, and preventative care. They now offer not only quality primary care services for their patients, but they also provide specialists for the most demanding referral cases. At last count, they have on staff 9 veterinarians (two of which are board certified specialists), 15 staff members, and many other specialists who will see your animal when special circumstances require.

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In 1987, T-Bone established Brazos Valley Equine Hospitals to offer an exceptional approach to caring for horses. Dr. Terrell “T-Bone” Buchanan, never saw caring for a horse as a case-by-case approach. Rather he saw it as relationship-by-relationship, year-over-year. His passion for healing horses was coupled with a desire to foster a long-term relationship of trust with the owners that created the best possible environment for horses to succeed in. From breeding to birth to a horse’s final strides and all phases in between, Brazos Valley Equine Hospitals offers unparalleled service. We provide complete care for every age. From the post-birth examination and plasma transfusions to later conformation evaluations and foal pneumonia screening, we provide complete care for every age. Computerized Gait Analysis. Better known as the “Lameness Locator,” this device is an objective way to localize subtle lameness and to accurately evaluate response to diagnostic analgesia (nerve blocks and joint blocks). BVEH also provides advanced ophthalmologic care to a multiple state region and is one of the few hospitals in the US to perform cataract surgery and cyclosporine implants on horses. BVEH is one of the few practices in North America that has the ability to perform Computed Tomography (CT) scans on horses. Brazos Valley Equine Hospitals wants to improve the lives of people and horses by mentoring and teaching recent graduates how to be the best professionals possible. When you are successful, the profession and the equine industry are better. It is our mission to invest in your success and help you develop into a great equine veterinarian by creating a positive mentorship environment, establishing clear and respectful communications, and helping you to positively impact the lives of people you encounter. Brazos Valley Equine Hospitals offers a competitive, challenging and exceptional intern program unlike any other. Because of the unique specialties of the staff, innovative procedures executed and multiple locations with a variety of client types, students have the opportunity to be exposed to more than a traditional program.

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B.W. Furlong & Associates is an equine-focused veterinary practice in New Jersey offering a wide range of ambulatory services, reproductive services, surgical services, sports medicine, rehabilitation, and much more. We are proud to have highly experienced veterinary professionals here to serve you and help your horses live life to the fullest. We’re life-long, dedicated horse people through and through, with a vested interest in pursuing progressive, world-class medicine for the benefit of our patients and clients. Our team of skilled veterinarians, technicians, and support staff work together to provide a multi-dimensional, progressive approach to equine medicine. Our veterinarians are a highly skilled group with many serving at the Olympic and World Championship level. We are also proud to offer a wide variety of specialty services from our team of Board Certified veterinarians. Our practice in New Jersey offers an extensive range of equine healthcare services. From routine preventive care and sports medicine to rehabilitation and in-depth diagnostics, we can provide numerous treatment possibilities to suit the unique needs of every horse. In addition to many of our veterinarians serving at the Olympic and World Championship level, we offer a safe, controlled environment for performance evaluations, advanced diagnostic testing including a standing MRI, access to many different healing therapies, and a rehabilitation center overseen by our board-certified Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation veterinarian. Along with many career opportunities, B.W. Furlong & Associates also offers internship and externship programs for hard-working individuals who see a future for themselves in equine medicine. We encourage you to apply for employment or one of our programs if you’re looking to further your veterinary career.

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Their main goal is to provide the highest quality veterinary medicine along with excellent client service to horse owners. This means that they not only diagnose and treat the horse’s problems, but that they address all of the owner’s concerns and explain any questions to their satisfaction. Arizona Equine is permanently staffed with five veterinary specialists and four intern veterinarians. Dr. Gayle Leith has worked at the clinic since 1988 and specializes in reproduction and preventative health. She is board certified by the American board of Veterinary Practitioners. Dr. Scott Taylor has worked here since 1993, specializes in surgery and is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Tresha Robinson joined us in the spring of 2000 and concentrates her efforts in dentistry reproduction, preventative health care, and is now certified in Equine Acupuncture. Dr. Rick Howard joined Arizona Equine in June of 2005. His major interests are orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery and the diagnosis and treatment of equine lameness. In this day and age of technology, advanced equipment is a necessity. Their ability to accurately diagnose and treat patients is magnified many-fold by judicial use of appropriate equipment. Like any large hospital, the support staff is indispensable to obtaining the mission of Arizona Equine. Their exceptional staff members help with the day-to-day chores involved in running the hospital. Without them, the clinic could not function properly. Arizona Equine started in 1984 with construction of the main hospital. In 1991 a larger barn was added to provide more inside stalls and room for the nuclear scintigraphy facility. In 1996 outside pens were added to give them a place to house horses that did not require intensive care. In 1999, they added another treatment room, more doctor’s offices, and more storage room. The physical facility has proven to be very functional and is a great asset in helping Arizona Equine provide exceptional veterinary care. In 2005, they added a state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) room. MRI is superior to all other modalities in the diagnoses of soft tissue and bony issues in the limb. Arizona Equine Medical & Surgical Centre offers a range of equine diagnostic and treatment services at this facility in Gilbert, Arizona. As the largest centre of its kind in the desert southwest region we offer ultrasonography, nuclear scintigraphy, MRI, endoscopy and computed and digital radiology. The surgical facilities are equally extensive and include arthroscopy, colic surgery, laser surgery, laparoscopy and many types of soft tissue surgery.

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We are the world's leading magazine published for hoof-care professionals. American Farriers Journal publishes 8 information-packed issues each year, giving you top-notch advice from veteran farriers, veterinarians and researchers from around the world. Additionally, AmericanFarriers.com offers exclusive content published daily. American Farriers Journal is the “hands-on” magazine for professional farriers, equine veterinarians and horse care product and service buyers. You will learn dozens of keg shoe modifications, see different trims compared, get ideas on when to use pads, what nails to use and much more. You will get the latest and most important hoof-care news and information from every corner of the industry and be armed with the knowledge to determine when to raise your prices, and by how much. We help you to take the guess work out of finding quality products at the best prices and give expert advice in helping you maximize your business and make more money.

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Buckeye Veterinary Service is proud to serve the Chagrin Valley area, including Geauga and Wayne counties. Their team is committed to educating their clients in how to keep your animals healthy year round, with good nutrition, exercise and veterinary care. Buckeye Veterinary Service stays on top of the latest advances in veterinarian technology and above all, remembers that all animals need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure, or surgery. Buckeye Veterinary Service is a three veterinarian equine practice located in Northeastern Ohio. They believe in quality medicine in an atmosphere where the client and patient come first. Their practice offers multiple treatment and diagnostic modalities for horses including in-house laboratory, digital radiography, digital ultrasound, endoscopy/gastroscopy, and power dental equipment. The mainstay of their practice is primarily ambulatory, however, their clinic/hospital allows their clients to haul-in. This enables them to perform onsite lameness, reproductive exams and hospitalize equine medicine cases overnight. The treatment areas within their clinic, allow them to use digital radiography and ultrasound equipment to diagnose your horse's lameness issues and treat them at the time of your appointment. Their doctors are active in a thriving sport horse community, performing lameness diagnostics and treatment including Shockwave therapy, IRAP, and PRP injections and, preventive medicine.

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Allegheny Equine is a rapidly growing exclusively equine veterinary practice serving Pittsburgh and surrounding Western Pennsylvania. Founded in 1992 by Dr. James Zeliff, the practice has progressively grown over 25 years, providing high quality, comprehensive medical care for the horse and education and compassionate service to their clients. Their clinic, built in 2007 and located in Murrysville, PA, is the home base for their multi-doctor practice. Their ambulatory service brings complete veterinary care along with state-of-the-art equipment and therapies to your horse’s barn door. The clinic continues to expand and currently houses stalls and paddocks for horses coming for outpatient or inpatient evaluations, diagnostics and treatments. Through our experienced veterinarians and their trained veterinary technicians, they are able to provide advanced medical treatment for illnesses that require more management than can be provided on the farm. The Allegheny Equine team offers a full spectrum of services to horses of all breeds and sizes. From wellness care, dentistry and lameness evaluations to reproduction, medicine and integrative therapies, they are committed to their patients well-being and client satisfaction. At Allegheny Equine, their practice is dedicated to the highest quality care for the equine patient. Their doctors are “horse people” themselves and have chosen this profession out of desire and interest in improving the condition of their patients. Their doctors and animal health technicians are committed to serving the horse owner in a professional and compassionate manner. Together, with their office and support staff, they strive to provide education, services, and compassion to their clients. They provide the highest quality in equipment available to enable their staff to give the horse owner the best diagnostic and treatment options available. All doctors and staff are highly trained in equine medical care and the successful recovery of many of their medical and emergency cases reflect the dedication of their staff. They pride theirselves in the fact that if they cannot fully attend to their patient’s total needs, they will help the owner get the diagnosis and treatment needed by consultation with leading experts in the field. They would like every owner to feel that they were attended to by knowledgeable caregivers, their horses received the highest quality care available, and that the services were delivered in a friendly and compassionate manner.

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Our equine sports medicine specialists are here to help your horse live out a healthy life at peak performance with state-of-the-art equine diagnostics, imaging, and treatment. Here at Cave Creek Equine Surgical & Imaging Specialists, we’re all horse people, from our polo playing Dr. Martin Vidal to our western riding staff members. So we understand sports medicine and the needs of our equine athletes. We LOVE horses and so our center is dedicated to ensuring that we can pinpoint what ails them and get them on the road to good health as quickly as possible. Have a healthy horse? Excellent! We want to keep it that way, which is why we have Dr. Clair Thunes as our independent equine nutritionist consultant. To ensure we have as many expert eyes as possible reviewing our MRI scans, we have veterinary radiologist Dr. Alexia McKnight as our radiology consultant. Along with a high-skilled, caring staff, we want you to know that your horse is in very good hands here.

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In 2006, Cleveland Equine Clinic (CEC) was formed from the merging of multiple practices from Northeast Ohio into a single clinic and ambulatory practice. Today, CEC provides high quality ambulatory, inpatient, emergency, medical, surgical, and diagnostic services to serve the equine industry. Over the years, we have grown to accommodate the needs and care of our equine patients. The CEC team currently consists of nine veterinarians with a diversity of special interests to provide the utmost in quality care and treatment. CEC has always been committed to being at the forefront of equine care, diagnostics, and treatment for the horses. State-of-the-art diagnostics modalities such as ultrasound, digital radiography, standing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), endoscopy, gastroscopy, as well as computed gait analysis are utilized by our practice. Innovating treatment options such as platelet rich plasma (PRP), interleukin receptor antagonistic protein (IRAP), stem cell, and shockwave are all offered by CEC. The veterinarians and staff at CEC are fully committed to the health and welfare of our equine patients. Whether the horse is a beloved companion, the competitive sport horse, or the working horse, our team at CEC strives to provide you and your horse with the very best quality care.

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The Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center (CTRC) is a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center in southeast Longmont, Colorado. Since 1980, CTRC has been devoted to serving children and adults with disabilities. As one of the oldest therapeutic riding centers in Colorado, and one of the largest in the nation, CTRC serves nearly 500 riders through our dynamic Equine Assisted Services and has an impressive work force of over 1,000 volunteers each year. At CTRC we strive to nurture not only our participant’s physical health, but their mental and spiritual health as well. Our equine assisted services are far more than a mere pony ride. Through working with the horse as a partner and modality, our services produce tangible physical, psychological, cognitive, social, and educational benefits. We witness the profound life enhancing benefits of equine assisted services everyday, and invite you to experience them yourself and your loved ones. The mission of the Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center is to change the lives of people with disabilities by promoting their physical, psychological and social well-being through equine assisted activities. CTRC serves children and adults with a wide range of special needs, such as cerebral palsy, autism and Asperger’s, developmental delays, sensory integration disorder, Down Syndrome, traumatic brain injuries, paraplegia, learning disabilities, multiple sclerosis, stroke, mental health issues and behavior challenges. Our youngest riders are 2 ½ and our oldest in their 90s. Physicians, therapists, counselors, teachers, family members, and friends refer participants to CTRC. Participants may come to CTRC as individuals or as part of a school, recreation, therapy or other group. No clinical diagnosis is necessary to participate; however, participants must have a need for our specialized, therapeutic environment.

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The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners is committed to the wellbeing of animals and those who care for them, and as such will not stay silent as people suffer due to systemic racism, sexism and other prejudices. Let us be clear, just as our veterinary oath applies to all species, our commitment is to all people regardless of race, religion, gender, sexuality or identity. ABVP was founded in 1978 and its Diplomates have a common desire and willingness to deliver superior, comprehensive, multi-disciplinary veterinary service to the public. They are veterinarians who have demonstrated expertise in the broad range of clinical subjects relevant to their practice and display the ability to communicate medical observations and data in an organized and appropriate manner. ABVP certification is available to practicing veterinarians without the need to pursue a formal residency or postgraduate education. The main purpose is self-improvement through demonstrating specialist-level skills and knowledge. The certification process is demanding and requires a thorough mastery of species-oriented practice. ABVP is the AVMA-recognized veterinary specialty organization™ for certification of each AVMA-recognized veterinary specialty™ listed above. The ABVP undergoes a comprehensive evaluation by the American Board of Veterinary Specialties (ABVS), a committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association, every three years to ensure that it is maintaining the required standards for the certification process. The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) is committed to excellence in species-specialized veterinary practice for the wellbeing of animals and those who care for them, striving to make a difference in the world through professional certification, education, and innovation. The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) vision is to promote and provide the highest standard of care in the total patient and to advance the quality of veterinary practice throughout the world.

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Whether chasing cows, jumping over fences, or riding down the trail, Black Diamond Equine Veterinary Clinic will help you bring out the best in your horse. From general care, vaccines and dentistry, to lameness and performance, Black Diamond Equine Veterinary Clinic's (BDE) goal is to provide the best medical options and treatment to bring out and maintain the performance of your horse. No matter if your horse walks down the trail, runs after cows, barrels, or jumps for a living, BDE wants to be a part of your team. Their doctors bring extensive experience in both large and small equine hospitals, and with a variety of performance goals and partnering with trainers of all disciplines. They provide treatment options with honesty, integrity, and the well-being of your horse always first and foremost. BDE offers the best in care with their haul-in facility. Ambulatory services are also available. At Black Diamond Equine, they believe regular care, including vaccinations and deworming, are key to maintaining good health and body condition for your horse. They are there to help you develop a customized and appropriate wellness plan to suit your horse. They advocate regular vaccinations and deworming for all horses, whether you travel frequently or stay close to home. Their plans can be customized to your horses needs based on history, potential exposure to diseases and routines. Black Diamond Equine offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for lameness. A detailed physical exam is the first step in the process. Each lameness exam is different depending on the history, presentation and physical exam of the horse. In general, you can expect their veterinarians to palpate the horse’s body and limbs, observe the horse at a walk, trot and canter, and perform limb flexions. They may recommend diagnostic services such as ultrasound or digital radiography to further assist in identifying the source of lameness or performance issues. Chiropractic care has become an integral part of holistic health care for both humans and animal health. Equine chiropractic focuses on the preservation and health of the neuro-skeletal system. It is designed to work with the natural ability of the body to maintain and heal itself. Chiropractic care is used to treat soreness, pain, or problems with gait and movement. Treatment benefits include enhanced function, performance and quality of life. Keeping the neuro-skeletal system healthy before symptoms begin helps not only the older horse, but athletes and younger horses as well. Their ultimate goal is to help your horse live up to its full potential and have a long, successful life!

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A Home for Every Horse was created in 2011 as the result of a partnership between the Equine Network, the nation’s leading publisher of equine-related content, and The American Horse Council’s Unwanted Horse Coalition. The program provides a resource for 501(c)(3) horse rescue organizations. The ‘A Home for Every Horse’ program helps connect rescue horses in need of homes, in over 600 rescues across the United States, with people looking for horses. To make the connection between rescue horses and homes, rescue organizations can list their horses for free on Equine.com, the world’s largest horse marketplace, where they can be seen by 300,000 visitors each month. Rescue organizations involved with A Home for Every Horse are also provided with many great benefits from the sponsors involved with the program. They specifically work with sponsors to help provide much needed assistance to rescues around the country. In recent years, Purina has donated a half ton of feed to eligible rescues through A Home for Every Horse. Absorbine, WeatherBeeta and Tractor Supply, provide many great donations to rescues that are featured events attended by A Home for Every Horse staff each year. Equine rescue organizations are overwhelmed with taking care of the ever-growing homeless horse population. A Home for Every Horse is dedicated to bridging the gap between rescue organizations and people that can help. Through A Home for Every Horse, over 1,000 horses are adopted annually, along with many others who receive assistance from the A Home for Every Horse sponsors. Participating as a sponsor of A Home for Every Horse, sponsors are not only able to help horses that are seeking their forever home, they are also able to involve the consumer market in helping rescue horses around the country. As volunteers, not only are you able to participate in the recovery of the animals at the rescue, but are also taught and trained on many subjects about the basic care of horses and donkeys; such as nutrition, hoof care, and behaviour. You would be able to watch and learn from trainers working with young horses, helping with medical care by administering daily medications. A Home for Every Horse, providing loving rehabilitation, nursing and hospice care for equines with medical needs, and helping to find sanctuaries for those at risk.

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Damascus Equine Associates (DEA) is a group of private ambulatory equine practitioners, each with their own practices, clients and office staff. DEA members share an outpatient clinic in Mount Airy, MD. The members share use of the clinic, emergency coverage, as well as equipment. The practice area covers all of Howard and Montgomery counties, and parts of Carroll and Frederick counties in Maryland. Damascus Equine Associates is a group of independent practitioners who work together to provide twenty-four hour, seven day a week emergency service to our clients. With each doctor having an area of interest and specialization, we can offer a variety of services within our group. Damascus Equine Associates offers a wide range of both ambulatory and in-clinic veterinary services in central Maryland. We are dedicated to providing high-quality comprehensive care, with the long-term health and well being of your horse as our primary mission. Each of our talented equine practitioners has a fully equipped truck that includes dental, radiographic, and ultrasonographic capabilities. In the clinic, we also offer radiography, endoscopy, and advanced regenerative medicine. While we provide 24-hour emergency ambulatory service, we also have strong, reliable relationships with surrounding referral clinicians and hospitals for advanced diagnostic, medical and surgical care. In addition to traditional sports medicine, Damascus Equine Associates offers a wide range of alternative therapies. When used properly by a trained veterinarian, alternative therapies can aid in your horse’s return from an injury. Currently, DEA offers acupuncture, chiropractics, mesotherapy and prolotherapy. Few things cause as much concern to the horse owner as an equine medical emergency. Acute illness, colic, injury or severe lameness can occur without warning and at any time As a client of Damascus Equine Associates, you and your horse have access to emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The veterinarians rotate emergency duty and can provide emergency phone consultations or farm visits if your horse requires medical attention. Diagnostic imaging is essential to Damascus Equine Associates. Our imaging modalities include Digital Radiography, Digital Ultrasonography, and Endoscopy. Digital Radiography provides digital x-ray images of the equine skeleton while digital ultrasonography shows detailed digital sound-wave images of soft tissue structures. Endoscopy provides live video representation of the organ of intrest. Each of these imaging techniques provide detailed diagnostic information to best serve us in determining therapeutic options for our patients, as well as education and communication with our clients. Damascus Equine Associates provides internal medicine services both at the farm and in our clinic. Dr. Amy Polkes provides consultation and specialty services for our medical cases as well. Preventative medicine is the basis of comprehensive patient care. Damascus Equine Associates offer a variety of vaccine and deworming programs tailored to the needs of each client and patient. Other preventative medicine services include dentistry, wellness laboratory tests and Coggins tests. Observations and consultations during wellness visits allow for discussions regarding both general health matters and specific issues pertaining to individual horses.

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Deerwood Ranch Wild Horse EcoSanctuary. Located west of Laramie in the beautiful Centennial Valley of Wyoming. We are the very first BLM Certified Wild Horse EcoSanctuary. What this means is that we are private land owners approved by the BLM to care for wild horses. Deerwood Ranch is a family owned operation that has been used for cattle ranching for over 30 years. With the growing need to maintain the numbers of wild horses and with dwindling grazing available in the wild, the BLM (Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior) has turned to private land owners for help. There are 16 wild horse herd management areas in Wyoming alone, operated by the BLM on public properties. Ours is the very first Wild Horse Eco Sanctuary on private land in the entire United States. Here, these beautiful animals will be able to live out their lives and be cared for in a setting that is as close to possible like their natural environment... only better! Deerwood Ranch is approximately 4,700 acres of Wyoming beauty. With the Middle Fork of the Little Laramie River running through the property, there is year-round access to live running water. Abundant trees and willows provide refuge and great protection from the realities of Wyoming Winter. Open fields invite long runs and lazy afternoon grazing. 350 wild Wyoming mustangs call Deerwood home, not to mention the native deer, elk, coyote and all manner of wildlife. The ranch is conveniently located approximately 35 miles west of Laramie and south of Centennial. We are near the Snowy Range, Medicine Bow National Forest and numerous outdoor activities, recreation areas, etc. We also operate a year-round guest cabin right on the property. So, your vacation options are limitless. Give us a call today and come visit our magnificent wild horses!

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Desert Pines Equine Medical and Surgical Center was established in 1998, we have 5 veterinarians with over 100 years of combined experience to serve Las Vegas and the surrounding communities. We have surgery specialists on staff to perform both elective and emergency surgeries for all of your horse’s needs. Desert Pine Equine is happy to announce that friend and colleague Dr. Julie Page will be available on a monthly to bimonthly basis to add chiropractic services to our lameness services. Dr. Page is certified in Animal Chiropractic by Option for Animals College of Animal Chiropractic. She will complement Desert Pine Equine's performance horse lameness services. Chiropractic procedures paired with traditional, evidence-based medicine provides integrative care for common neuromuscular conditions. This powerful combination enhances performance, function, and quality of life through the use of complementary and alternative veterinary medical treatment.

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Catskill Animal Sanctuary is a 150-acre refuge in New York’s Hudson Valley for 11 species of farmed animals rescued from cruelty, neglect and abandonment. Over the years, thousands have come to this place of profound peace. Catskill Animal Sanctuary rescues farmed animals, ignites social change to end their exploitation, and champions vegan living. One snowy day in January 2001 a tiny pony named Dino, the sole survivor of a horrific barn fire, hobbled off the trailer and onto their grounds, now, more than 5,000 animals have called Catskill Animal Sanctuary home. Whether they’ve come from animal hoarders or agribusiness, suffered horrendous cruelty or prolonged neglect, they have each been heartily welcomed at Catskill Animal Sanctuary. And it is also the story of rescuing a derelict property in Saugerties, NY, and creating a sanctuary in its place — one road, one barn and one pasture at a time, as funds come in from folks near and far who want to help. Over the years they have demolished collapsed buildings, dredged ponds, installed roads, built a dozen barns and two dozen smaller shelters, created roomy pastures, added solar power, purchased adjoining property, and so much more, so that today Catskill Animal Sanctuary is comprised of 150 acres of pastured and wooded land — a haven for those lucky enough to find their way there. Their history is about more than repairing broken bodies, broken spirits, and broken fencing; it also reflects our growing recognition that a massive societal shift to plant-based living is not only a moral imperative, it’s essential to our very survival. In 2001, after turning down an offer to lead a new charter high school, Kathy Stevens co-founded Catskill Animal Sanctuary, where her love of teaching, her belief that education has the power to transform, and her love of animals come together. One of the world’s leading sanctuaries for farmed animals, Catskill has saved more than 5,000 non-human individuals through direct rescue — and exponentially more through programming that encourages humans to adopt veganism. Kathy is the author of Where the Blind Horse Sings and Animal Camp, two critically and popularly acclaimed books about the work of Catskill Animal Sanctuary; she’s also a contributor to books, podcasts and articles on animal sentience, animal rights and veganism. Kathy takes her message of kindness to all beings to conferences and colleges across the U.S. and Canada and looks forward to transitioning from her Executive Director role to full-time “vision keeping,” speaking and writing in support of the Sanctuary’s urgent mission. If you love animals and want to be part of creating a more compassionate world for all beings, volunteer with them! Animal care, Compassionate Cuisine, outreach and events, communications and business administration offer year-round positions; seasonally, sign up for opportunities assisting with weekend tours and youth programming. There are more than 300 animals at the Sanctuary who need daily care and attention. They also have a vibrant cooking program, and specialized programming for kids and teens. Immerse yourself in their world for a summer or a semester! Through virtual field trips at Catskill Animal Sanctuary, your students can help build a relationship with the animals who share our planet – no matter where in the world you’re located!

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Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary for Horses (DDR) is a horse rescue organization located in Southern Utah. Our purpose is to take in abused, neglected and abandoned horses from around the state. Because we believe in the humane treatment of horses, as well as all other animals, we provide food, shelter, medical care, rehabilitation, adoption services, a permanent home when necessary, and lots of love and attention so that they may enjoy the dignified life they deserve. Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary for Horses (DDR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization, and as such, we are supported through the generosity of private and corporate donations and sponsors. There are no salaries paid. Dust Devil Ranch relies solely on volunteers who generously donate their time to feed, exercise, groom, and clean stalls, as well as facility maintenance, fundraising, public education and special events. Most importantly, DDR volunteers provide daily love and attention for all of the horses that have found sanctuary at the rescue. A concerted effort between our horse rescue, its volunteers and the generous help from our veterinarians, trainers and farriers helps these horses recover their health, regain their spirit and become useful again in life. Our ultimate goal is to find permanent homes for every horse that arrives at the ranch, and typically, most of the horses are ready to go to approved adoption homes within a few months after their arrival. Those that are ‘unadoptable’ live out their lives here on the ranch or go to foster homes. The horses and other animals at Dust Devil Ranch have some extraordinary stories and journeys. Many have special needs and their time here at the sanctuary has helped them heal and regain their confidence and calmness. Spending time with these horses is a real treat, both for visitors and the animals themselves. Check out a few of the Dust Devil residents! The work of Dust Devil Ranch is supported primarily through the kindness and compassion of individuals and corporations. Through the generous support of hearts and hands of people like you, we are able to make certain that the horses that come under our care will never again suffer. On any given day, Dust Devil Ranch cares for a population of 30 to 40 horses that have come to us through animal control and other humane agencies from situations of abuse and neglect.

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It is the Dharmahorse Equine Sanctuary vision to sustain a sanctuary in which unwanted horses prosper; provide an environment in which humans benefit from structured interactions with the horses; and educate the public on holistic horse care. To provide a safe and loving environment in which horses and humans can meet, interact, thrive, and learn from one another. Follow a practice of organic, natural horse care and training that develops humans in ways that allow them to live more mindful, compassionate, and joyful lives. Embrace three principles of compassionate action: learning, speaking, and doing. Dharmahorse Equine Sanctuary objectives are to provide sustenance, shelter, health care, training, and purpose for as many unwanted horses as is possible through multifaceted, non-toxic methods. Offer horse-inspired, educational activities that enrich the life experiences of both children and adults through an online school and videos, created by our founder. Present educational programs that teach people integrative, holistic, and organic ways to care for horses. To help the horse you can purchase Dharma T-shirts. Bonfire creates beautiful T-Shirts and Sweatshirts with our art on them. If you sign up and each Amazon purchase donates a portion to Dharmahorse at no cost to you! You can purchase items for the horses (from supplements to feed items and more) directly from CHEWY. We don't do this for donations, we need donations to do this. Help the horses with a one time or monthly donation.

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