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Glenwood Veterinary Clinic Horseman’s Seminar

Glenwood Veterinary Clinic will host its ninth annual Horseman’s Seminar at the Glenwood Springs Middle School from 5:30-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3. This year’s theme is the equine foot, and three veterinary podiatrists/farriers from the Fraley Equine Podiatry Institute in Lexington, Kentucky, will be speaking. Founder Dr. Bryan Fraley, along with Drs. Miquel Paricio and Cage Cruise, will introduce horse owners to the fascinating international world of the equine foot, with case presentations, discussion of normal and abnormal, and new information on equine metabolic syndrome and Cushings disease as they relate to the equine foot. Other veterinarians from GVC will also present short topics on rehabilitation from athletic injuries, new data on parasite control, and practical details about first aid and management of emergencies.

The seminar is free and open to the public, and a light dinner is included. Seating is limited, and registration is required no later than Thursday, Oct. 2. For further information or to register, contact Glenwood Veterinary Clinic at 970-945-5401 or email at gvc@glenwoodvet.com.




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