Auburn University Veterinary Large Animal Teaching Hospital

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Equine Podiatry 2 week rotation with senior veterinary students at Auburn University
This is a two week clinical rotation that will encompass various aspects of anatomy, pathophysiology, husbandry, diagnosis, treatment and farriery of the equine hoof. The rotation will be approximately 50 % lecture and 50 % laboratory experience
  • Board certified Equine surgeons: Reid Hanson, Fred Caldwell and Amelia Munsterman
  • Board certified Radiologist: Robert Cole
  • Board certified Internists: Allison Stewart, John Schumacher, Debra Taylor and Anne Wooldridge
  • Anatomist: Ray Whilhite, PhD
  • Invited lecturers: Pete Healy, CJF; David Jensen, DVM; Lisa Dawe - AHA certified hoof trimmer
  • Other Farriers... Spencer Roy and Jared Humphry
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  • Daily attendance 8 - 5 pm M-F March 31- April 11
  • Student should arrive with a willing attitude and an open mind. Student should be respectful of all instructors, fellow students, staff and clients involved with the rotation.
  • Student should dress in professional clinic attire and boots.
Student will be supervised 8 hours per day 5 days per week by veterinarians.
could be arranged thru other Auburn Students
Auburn University Veterinary Large Animal Teaching Hospital
1500 Wire Road
Auburn University, AL 36849
334-844-4490
334-844-6715
ruffidc [at] auburn [dot] edu
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Debra Taylor, DVM, MS, DACVIM- LA
Posted: 02/14/14