Applications for Equine Research Fellows being accepted through Aug. 1
Applications for the 2013 American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Foundation Past Presidents’ Research Fellow and EQ... More »
Bramlage Serving as On Call Veterinarian for Belmont Telecast
Larry Bramlage, DVM, will return to the role of AAEP On Call veterinarian when he assists NBC Sports with horse health informati... More »
Dr. Scott Palmer to Serve as AAEP On Call Veterinarian for Preakness Weekend Telecasts
Scott Palmer, VMD, will assist NBC Sports with horse health info... More »
Dr. Mary Scollay to Step in as AAEP On Call Veterinarian for Oaks, Derby
Longtime AAEP On Call Veterinarian Mary Scollay will serve as the spokesperson for equine health during NBCSports racing coverag... More »
Statement from the AAEP regarding the Injury to On Call Veterinarian Dr. Larry Bramlage
Dr. Larry Bramlage injured his head Thursday afternoon in a fall from a golf cart in the barn area of Churchill Downs. He was tr... More »
Summer Education Meetings to Provide New Knowledge to Practitioners of All Experience Levels
The American Association of Equine Practitioners’ 2013 series of summer continuing education meetings will impart the latest tre... More »
Ask The Vet
Throughout the year, some topics generate more questions than others. Our veterinary experts answer as many questions as possible based on their busy schedules. The AAEP welcomes all of your questions, but recommends that your equine veterinarian be your primary healthcare resource.
Please Note: We can only answer questions for the current month's topic. QUESTIONS POSED THAT ARE IRRELEVANT TO THE MONTH'S TOPIC, WILL NOT BE ANSWERED.
The opinions and answers expressed by each attending veterinarian during the "Ask the Vet" forum are solely their views and opinions based on their practice and not those of the AAEP, and should not be used as substitution for diagnosis from your local equine veterinarian.
If your horse is currently experiencing a medical emergency (i.e. colic, eye trauma, severe laceration, dystocia, etc.), contact your equine veterinarian immediately for medical attention!
If you own horses long enough, chances are you will be faced with the threat of colic. Get the answers first by posing your questions concering the topic of colic to our month's expert, Dr. Christina Hewes.
May - Immunizations: Have you Vaccinated Your Horse(s) Yet?
April - Emergency Care
March - The Foot: Stucture, Function & Disease
February - Deworming
January - EPM
November - Vitamin E & Muscle Disorders
October - Orthopedic Surgery (Before & After)
September - The Pre-Purchase Examination
August - Ask the Vet (Saddle Fitting)
July - Wound Care During the Insect Season
June - Equine Dental Care
May - What to Expect When Your Vet Arrives & Preparations that Should be Made Beforehand
April - Podiatry (shoe fitting, balance)
March - Nutrition
February - Reproduction
January - Wound Care (bandaging)
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