Equine Lecture Evening – The latest thinking on three key areas of horse and veterinary care
Thursday 7th March 2019
Doors open 6.30pm / Prompt 7pm start
Venue: Lythe Hill Hotel, Petworth Rd, Haslemere, GU27 3BQ
A guide to equine nutrition
Julie Potier DVM,MRCVS
Knowledge of your horse’s body condition score is essential to achieve an ideal diet. Julie will describe how to accurately assess your horse’s body condition score, with some examples. She will also be discussing nutritional guidelines, which will enable your horse to reach an ideal body condition.
Filling the gaps- a modern approach to equine dentistry
Tom McGinley BVMS Cert AVP (Equine Dentistry) MRCVS
Recent advances in equine dentistry have led to the development of several new treatments. Restorative procedures (‘fillings’) are now possible and can help to prevent disease progression and the need for tooth extraction. Tom will discuss infundibular caries, a common condition affecting equine cheek teeth and the merits of infundibular restoration in such cases.
Behavioural therapy for needle phobic horses
Holly Lenaghan BVetMed MRCVS
At Liphook Equine Hospital we frequently see horses who are needle shy, showing aversive and occasionally dangerous behaviour. A simple vaccination can turn into a hugely stressful event for the horse, it’s owner and the vet. Using Learning Theory we can re-train these horses to accept adverse stimuli such as needles, utilising how horses learn to change their behaviour in a calm and positive manor. Holly will talk us through the procedure of clicker training, which she has used very successfully on some of our most difficult cases.
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