American Association of Equine Practitioners

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American Association of Equine Practitioners
American Association of Equine Practitioners is listed in the Organizations category in Lexington, Kentucky. Displayed below is the only current social network for American Association of Equine Practitioners which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of American Association of Equine Practitioners on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for American Association of Equine Practitioners is:
4075 Iron Works Pkwy
Lexington, KY 40511
(859) 233-0147

"American Association of Equine Practitioners" - ZapScore Report

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American Association of Equine Practitioners has an overall ZapScore of 66. This means that American Association of Equine Practitioners has a higher ZapScore than 66% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Lexington, Kentucky is 36 and in the Organizations category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore

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American Association of Equine Practitioners shared American Horse Council's photo.
"One-hundred-thirty-seven years later, Memorial Day remains one of America's most cherished patriotic observances. The spirit of this day has not changed — it remains a day to honor those who died defending our freedom and democracy." — Doc Hastings #MemorialDay #ThankYou

AAEP member Dr. Alexandra Urban of Brandon Equine Medical Center participated in the rescue of 25-year-old Kiersa the horse last week. Kiersa was trapped in thick mud, and is now doing fine thanks to the united efforts of Dr. Urban and the other first responders at the scene!
Rescue crews pulled a 25-year-old horse out of thick mud on Monday, saving her life.

Horses need paradoxical sleep, and they need to lie down to get this sleep. They can only go about two weeks without it before the body begins responding, sometimes in odd ways such as collapse. Dr. Stephen Reed of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital and Dr. Joe Bertone of Western University CVM described their approaches to these cases at #AAEP16.
Causes of collapse in apparently healthy horses range from sleep deprivation and pain to muscle disorders and pregnancy.

Once found mainly in California, the bacterial infection pigeon fever has now been documented in 25 states across the country. AAEP members Dr. Sharon Spier and Dr. Nathan Slovis share six little-known facts about the disease.
Once found mainly in California, this bacterial infection has now been documented in 25 states across the country. Here are 6 little known or sometimes forgotten facts about the infection.

The AQHA Executive Committee approved several recommendations from the AQHA Animal Welfare Commission at the 2017 AQHA Convention. The recommendations ranged from adding specific medications to the AQHA forbidden drugs or substances list to creating educational efforts for specific animal-handling procedures to a recommendation to use all drug- and animal welfare-related fines to support the AQHA steward program.
The AQHA Executive Committee approved several recommendations submitted by the AQHA Animal Welfare Commission at the 2017 AQHA Convention.