Kimberly S. Brown
The Balance of Passion and Practice in Equine Veterinary Life
A cross-section of equine veterinary industry experts gathered to discuss the current state of business, patient care and client payment issues—and to offer guideposts to a better future. Brought to you by CareCredit
The Business of Practice: Hiring a Veterinary Associate
Episode 24 of the podcast allows us to hear from Dr. Mike Pownall on successfully hiring associates in his veterinary practice.
Gelding in Davidson County, Tennessee, Confirmed with West Nile Virus
A 22-year-old Tennessee Walking Horse gelding in Davidson County was euthanized due to West Nile virus (WNV).
Equine Disease Communication Center Report November 12, 2021
Here are the Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) reports from this week.
The Business of Practice: Can You Afford an Associate or Assistant?
Episode 21 looks at the question: What should a veterinarian do when she/he has too much work for one practitioner, but not quite enough for two veterinarians?
Disease Du Jour: Equine Colic with Dr. Alison Gardner
Episode 66 of the Disease Du Jour podcast covers one of the most common emergencies that equine veterinarians face: colic.
43rd Lake Tahoe Equine Conference Scheduled for January 2022
Don't miss this great lineup of speakers for the Lake Tahoe Equine Conference at an amazing location for learning and recreation.
The Business of Practice: Personal Financial Wellness
In Episode 20 of the podcast, we talk with accountant and veterinarian Marsha Heinke about personal financial wellness.
The Business of Practice: Veterinarians Battling Burnout
In Episode 19 of the podcast, Dr. Colleen Best offers suggestions about how veterinarians can battle burnout.
The Business of Practice: Developing an Emergency Veterinary Services Coop
Episode 18 of the podcast offers first-hand experiences and tips from Dr. Amanda McCleery on Developing an Emergency Veterinary Services Coop.
West Nile Virus Confirmed in Kentucky Thoroughbred Mare
A vaccinated Thoroughbred mare in Woodford County, Kentucky, was confirmed with West Nile virus and is recovering.
Seven EIA-Positive Horses in Three Texas Counties Euthanized
The Texas Animal Health Commission reported that seven horses were confirmed positive for equine infectious anemia and euthanized.
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Reported in North Carolina
An unvaccinated gelding in Pender County, North Carolina, was confirmed with Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE).
The Business of Practice: Dealing With Dissatisfied Clients
In Episode 16 of The Business of Practice Podcast, Dr. Coleen Best offers advice to veterinarians and staffs about dealing with dissatisfied clients. Brought to you by Dechra Veterinary Products
Two Massachusetts Horses Test Positive for Potomac Horse Fever
The Massachusetts State Veterinary Office confirmed cases of Potomac horse fever in Worcester and Norfolk Counties.
Mare Recovering From Neurologic Herpesvirus in Idaho
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture reported a confirmed case of neurologic equine herpesvirus in Owyhee County.
Potomac Horse Fever in Tennessee and Massachusetts
Three horses in Tennessee and one in Massachusetts were confirmed with Potomac horse fever in July 2021.
Equine Infectious Anemia Confirmed in British Columbia
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed a case of equine infectious anemia (EIA) in Cariboo Subdivision C, British Columbia.
Neurologic Equine Herpesvirus at California Showgrounds
One horse has been euthanized due to neurologic equine herpesvirus with others in quarantine after being exposed at a Sonomoa County showgrounds.
Kentucky Issues Further Requirements on Saratoga Racehorses Due to Neurologic Equine Herpesvirus
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is placing additional requirements for horses coming from Saratoga racetrack to Kentucky tracks and training centers.
Appaloosa Gelding Positive for Equine Strangles in Michigan
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development confirmed a case of equine strangles in Gratiot County.