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AAEP 2012: Endocrine Disease

Dr. Nick Frank discusses managing endocrine diseases such as equine Cushing's and metabolic syndrome.


AAEP 2012: The Client-Centered Hospital

Monty McInturff shares what it means to create a "client-centered" horse hospital during the AAEP Convention.


AAEP 2012: Day 2 Recap

The Horse staff recaps what they've learned Sunday and Monday at the 2012 AAEP Convention.


AAEP 2012: Dressage Horse Health

Dr. Kirste Timm discusses keeping dressage horses sound in both mind and body at the 2012 AAEP Convention.


AAEP 2012: Lameness in the Western Horse

Dr. Bill Rhoads summarizes the western performance horse discussion during the 2012 AAEP Convention.


AAEP 2012: Good Works Care of the Therapeutic Horse

Vet student Aimee Vaughn talks about what she learned about caring for therapy horses.


AAEP 2012: Good Works Project at Therapeutic Riding Center

The veterinarians from the 2012 AAEP Convention visit a therapeutic riding center as part of Good Works.


AAEP Convention Student Program

Luke Ramsay discusses programs specially designed for veterinary studets at the AAEP Convention.


Creating the AAEP Scientific Program

Get the inside scoop on creating the scientific program at the AAEP convention with Sally Baker.


Planning the AAEP Convention

Sally Baker, director of marketing, talks about what goes into planning the AAEP convention.


2012 Laminitis Conference: Trimming Too Short?

Instructor and farrier Chris Gregory, CJF, FWCF, answers a user's question about trimming hooves too short.


2012 Laminitis Conference: Broodmares and Laminitis

Veterinarian and farrier Dr. Raul Bras answers a user's question concerning broodmares and laminitis.


2012 Laminitis Conference: The Human Correlate of Laminitis

Dr. Nora Grenager answers a user question about the human correlate of laminitis. The answer can surprise you.


2012 Laminitis Conference Overview

Dr. James Orsini shares the importance of bringing vets and farriers together to discuss laminitis.

Vet Procedures

In-Depth: Understanding Radiographs (X rays)

Dr. Liberty Getman of Tennessee Equine Hospital describes the different types of radiographs and their uses.


Equine Identification: Methods and New Technologies

Details on why equine identification is vital to owners, government officials, breed registries, and vets.


Latest Technologies in Diagnosing Equine Lameness

Dr. Kent Allen discusses current options in diagnostic technology for lameness detection in horses.


Vet Check Frequency for Hallmark Horse Races

Dr. William Farmer describes the frequency of Derby horse vet checks, along with safeguards.


Regulatory Vet Checks at the Kentucky Derby

Dr. William Farmer describes regulatory checks designed to ensure a horse is fit to race in the Derby or Oaks.


Thoroughbred Race-Day Health Checks

Dr. William Farmer, Racing Vet for the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, on location at Churchill Downs.


Being a Racetrack Veterinarian on Kentucky Derby Day

Dr. Foster Northrop, racetrack practitioner, describes Derby and Oaks horse care on location at Churchill Down


Sepsis- and Pasture-Related Laminitis

Jim Belknap, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, of The Ohio State University compares sepsis- and pasture-related laminitis


Equine Internal Medicine (AAEP 2011)

Dr. Steve Reed updates us on the internal medicine discussion at the 2011 AAEP convention.


Ambulatory (Mobile Veterinary) Horse Care (AAEP 2011)

Dr. Harry Werner discusses ambulatory, or mobile, veterinary care of horses at the 2011 AAEP Convention.

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