Pride visits the Veterinary Medical Center

Sally Sloan, the owner of a horse named Pride, was distraught when her horse was bleeding from his nose, and turned to Ohio State’s Galbreath Equine Center for help. Pride was suffering from a serious condition and Dr. Samuel Hurcombe, professor of Equine Emergency and Critical Care at The Ohio State University’s Galbreath Equine Center, was there at Pride’s arrival and moved him to the Emergency and Critical Care Service. Dr. Hurcombe was able to stabilize Pride, and performed the next part of the lifesaving procedure that was needed. Click here to see and learn more about Pride's story.

 

 

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