EquiManagement Magazine Spring 2021

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The Spring issue of EquiManagement magazine is chocked full of content from the 2021 virtual AAEP Convention as well as many other topics! We will continue to publish articles based on AAEP Convention presentations and Table Topics online and in the Summer issue of EquiManagement magazine.

And don't forget that each ad in the magazine is linked to take you to that company or product! Make sure you "click on through" to get more information from the companies that support our industry!

READ OR DOWNLOAD THE SPRING 2021 ISSUE OF EQUIMANAGEMENT MAGAZINE HERE

Spring Magazine Contents

4 Publisher’s Points: Opportunities—If you don’t know where you are, you can’t plan where you’re going. By Kimberly S. Brown

6 Keeping UpBy Nancy S. Loving, DVM

  • What To Do About an Aging Immune System?
  • Gait Abnormalities at a Walk
  • GnRH Vaccine for Granulosa Cell Tumors

14 Business Briefs: Essentials for Telemedicine—While adopting new strategies can be stressful, ultimately they can help your practice excel. By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

20 AAEP Convention Research Presentations—The 2020 AAEP Virtual Convention offered many equine health and research topics that you can put to use in your practice today. By Nancy S. Loving, DVM

38 Lifestyle & Wellness from the AAEP—Education for the physical, mental and emotional well-being of veterinarians was a key part of the 2020 AAEP Virtual Convention. By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

46 Five Tips to Engage Clients in Equine Wellness Care—With these strategies, you can encourage your clients to continue calling you for their horses’ primary care and vaccination needs. By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA Brought to you by Covetrus and Zoetis.

48 AAEP Convention Business Topics—There were many opportunities to gain information and have discussions about business topics at the 2020 AAEP Convention. By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

57 Low-Cost, High-Value Materials—There are ways to save money and still use quality materials to build or update your veterinary facilities. By Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB

60 Diet-Related Disorders of Horses—A look at the bountiful buffet of issues served with a suboptimal diet. By Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc

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16 DJD: What We Know, What We’re Learning—American Regent Animal Health, a division of American Regent Inc., makers of Adequan® i.m. (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan), convened eight equine practitioners to discuss the present and future of degenerative joint disease (DJD) diagnosis and treatment. By Kimberly S. Brown. Read the online expanded version of this article with videos here.

36 Acute Laminitis: A New Approach—Equine Podiatry Solutions LLC developed an ointment that is effectively protecting the bonds of the lamina in the acute phase of laminitis. By Derrick Cooke, CJF

READ OR DOWNLOAD THE SPRING 2021 ISSUE OF EQUIMANAGEMENT MAGAZINE HERE

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