It is important to all who attend shows with their horses that they check in frequently with the show grounds for their requirements. Any show can have increased their requirements above and beyond state requirements. Attached is an example where a particular show is taking extra precautions due to a recent positive testing in Ocala, […]
It is no surprise to anyone, we are sure, that the way we purchase just about everything has changed in the last few years. Veterinary drugs are no different. We know that many of our clients struggle to make sure they are getting the best possible price on the prescriptions they need for their horses. […]
Virginia is now issuing Equine Interstate Event Permits (EIEP) good for six months that are recognized by 14 states. Some racing facilities may not accept them, so it is a good idea to check specific requirements with your destination location prior to travel. Details can be found on the VDACS Regulatory Services site.
Thank you to Dr. Vernon Dryden, from Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, and to our corporate sponsors for a very informative and interesting Podiatry seminar last weekend at the Boars Head Inn. Seventy equine veterinarians and farriers attended our 2013 Practitioners Seminar to learn about the latest advances in Managing Foot Infections, Therapeutic Shoeing for the Performance […]
Pharmaceuticals vs. Medical Devices: There have been many recent questions regarding some “new drugs” used to treat joint disease in the horse such as Chondroprotec, Polyglcan and PentAussie. Many of these products are not drugs or pharmaceuticals but are brought to the market place as veterinary devices. Veterinary devices are often perceived, or appear to […]