News from Prairie Rivers Equine Services/ Jennifer Miller DVM
Equine Veterinary Medicine & Body Work Service - offering VSMT (commonly known as chiropractic), acupuncture, and denistry. Traveling to farms thoughout Georgia.
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|Posted by PrairieRiversHolisticVeterinaryServices on September 15, 2012 at 1:00 AM||comments (2)|
I will be lecturing at Bent Tree Farm in Fort Valley, GA Friday October 26.
This lecture will coinside with a clinic hosted by Keri Hall. Mark Russell, author of Lessons in Lightness, will be treaching at Keri Hall's all weekend.
Mark is brilliant in bringing together in the horse and rider correct biomechanics, lightness and art. He has the uncanny ability to recognize what in the rider is holding the horse back. I will be lecturing on anatomy and neurology as it relates to the ridden horse.
Due to a family event, one of the riders has had to cancel which has left a few lessons open. If anyone is interested, please contact me. If you have any interest in riding for the horse's sake, not just to get from place to place, please consider attending as an auditor and/or as a rider. If you want to come only to the lecture, RSVP's are needed.
|Posted by PrairieRiversHolisticVeterinaryServices on May 31, 2011 at 1:44 PM||comments (1)|
The USDA has updated the information available in tracking the EHV-1 outbreak.
Please view their website for the latest information. At this time there is one horse in Illinois that attended the show and it is being monitored very closely for signs of disease. Please view the incidence report at the link provided to see where the affected horses are.
At this time monitoring your horses rectal temperature is your best offense. If you note your horses temperature starting to rise, especially if it gets above 101.5, please call us to discuss the need to examine your horse.
As always, please call if you have any questions.