Richard Wheeler, DVM, was born in the U.K. and graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London, in 2002. Dr. Wheeler then completed a two-year internship at Greenwood, Ellis and Partners (now Newmarket Equine Hospital) in Newmarket. In 2005, he moved to Wellington, Florida, to join Palm Beach Equine Clinic and he became a partner in 2009. Dr.
Thursday, December 01 2016 by Editor
The pool of equine veterinarians is a small one. Within that pool, the number of clinicians who do research is even smaller. Most of those who do the research are at universities, and there are only about 20 veterinary colleges that have research programs. Among those researchers, few also maintain a practice with equine clients.
(left to right) Christina Matson, Kim Boyer, Mitzi Presnell, Joan Javits Zeeman, Birgit Fioravante and Jeanne Chisholm Photo by Frances Suzanne Hindle It was a festive event in April for Opera Under the Stars, keynoted by artist, author and activist Mary Fisher, and held at Kimberly and Frederic Boyer’s Hampton Green Farm. The event benefitted
By Katie Navarra A sick kitten was Grace Buchanan’s first patient. At 4 years old, Grace was committed to saving the kitten. She dialed a long-distance call to her grandfather, a veterinarian, to ask for advice. “My mom was amazed because she didn’t even think I knew how to make a long-distance call at that
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Friday, February 14 2014 by Editor
Biostar brings us USEF Show Jumping Team Veterinarian Dr. Tim Ober to discuss fitness and exercise for horses.
Obesity is a common problem among horses, and it can have negative effects on your horse’s health. If your horse needs to lose weight, there are a number of ways you can help him to do so gradually and safely
The range of treatment options available for horses today is staggering, which is a good thing – the wide range of treatments means that you’ll be better able to find one which works best for your horse . Alternative therapies are a popular way of not only helping injured horses heal, but of providing regular maintenance treatments, too. Let’s take a look at four of the most popular alternative therapies today
Knowing your horse’s approximate weight is important for a number of reasons. It can help you to keep an eye on your horse’s health, to determine appropriate amounts of feed, and it’s also necessary have to administer proper dosages of de-wormer and medications. Here are some tips on getting an accurate weight on your horse