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

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Barrel racing, cutting, reining, team roping and team penning are just a few disciplines that encompass the Western performance horse. Pose your questions for our Sept. expert Dr. Ben Espy regarding the performance and rodeo horse at https://aaep.org/horse-owners/ask-the-vet?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=American%20Association%20of%20Equine%20Practitioners.

Did you know the upper corner incisor is a key indicator of a horse's age? Learn about the four key age groupings and what your veterinarian will be looking for when estimating the age of your horse.
Aging horses by their incisor teeth is as much an art as a science. Traditional indicators of age such as eruption date, "cups," Galvayne's groove, hooks, and shape of the table surface of the lower central incisors often result in wide age estimates. The authors believe that accuracy can be improve...

Do you have a plan in place for your horses if wildfires, tornadoes, floods, or hurricanes strike in your area? AAEP members Dr. Eric Davis and Dr. Rebecca McConnico discuss how to prepare for worst-case natural disaster scenarios in this webinar.
Learn how to prepare for the worst-case natural disaster scenarios during our live event.

American Association of Equine Practitioners shared AAEP Foundation's post.
Horses still being helped in Florida. Today Univ. of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Large Animal Hospital veterinarians and Technical Rescue team members were on site working with other agencies to bring these horses to safety. While the water is receding in most places, clean up is going to take time. Monetary support is still welcome to assist horses and their care takers. To help, donate to the fund here: https://foundation.aaep.org/form/foundation-donation *Photos courtesy of Univ. of Florida CVM Technical Rescue Team.

One important aspect of preventing disease is the use of seasonally appropriate vaccinations, and veterinarians typically administer fall vaccines in September to early October. Read more about fall vaccines for your horse here: https://aaep.org/horsehealth/fall-vaccines-your-horse?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=American%20Association%20of%20Equine%20Practitioners