This year has brought—or will bring—many changes to the FEI rules governing international equine sports that affect veterinarians and their clients. EquiManagement and Kindred Bio will bring you behind-the-scenes health and veterinary news leading up to and during WEG Tryon 2018.
Support is being sought for two historic parasite research herds at the University of Kentucky.
The Henry Schein Disaster Relief Hotline is open for veterinarians who experience operational, logistical or financial issues as a result of the wildfires spreading across Northern California. The toll-free number is 800-999-9729. The hotline is open 24/7, with real-time assistance available from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET.
Merck Health Matters was designed to bring not only medical information to veterinarians from experts in their fields, but to help veterinarians translate that information to educate their horse-owning clients. And studies have shown that better communication results in better compliance and more loyal clients.
Veterinarians attending the convention had a plethora of educational events from which to choose.
This year, EquiManagement began providing an online version of the full magazine, including all editorial and advertising. We invite you to open and download your personal version of the July-August issue of EquiManagement magazine in PDF format.
Two veterinary technicians/assistants will win an all-expense-paid trip to the 2017 AAEVT Annual Conference during the AAEP Convention in San Antonio, Texas, be featured in the AAEP Convention Preview issue of EquiManagement magazine, and their nominators will win $1,000 for their clinics.
In this article you will find a link to read or download a PDF of the January-February 2017 issue of EquiManagement magazine.