The Equine Practice Rounds™ March 2018

  • In this issue:
    Page 1 – “Horsemen, Surgeons and Equine Dentistry”
    Page 2 – “Pop!” – A True and Incredible Story
    Page 3 – BarnPics and Sudoku
    Page 4 – The HorseTalk™ webinar schedule for 2018

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      Thanks Barbara – and I love writing them. For me, and hopefully for all readers, the fog and mystery of feeding horses is vanishing. I am applying this to my own eating habits and have found profound changes in me that I will share in the future.

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  1. Hey Doctor T thanks again for letting me observe you at work today. I can breathe now knowing that my boys are finally going to get some good dental work done with no suffering. Looking forward to your info about human nutrition too. So much out there! And still so much to learn. Warmly, Roxanne >>>>——–>

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Your thoughts are important for all to hear and may help others to learn from your experiences. Take the time to add to the discussion. However due to time limitations I will probably not answer direct questions to me. Thanks, Doc T

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