Spring 2014 Newsletter

Has spring finally arrived? Our calendars may say so, but the weather these past few weeks still has us guessing. Rest assured, the warm weather and sunshine will arrive ... eventually.

› New Colts Head Vet Blog Entry
Health Care Priorities in the Senior Horse
This spring, we are showcasing preventative care tips for our senior horses. As the blankets come off and the shedding blades come out, some extra attention to preventative care strategies now will go a long way in helping your older horse stay healthy through the warm weather season. Check out our newest blog on senior care.
› Is Your Horse Ready for Spring?
It’s that time of year again!
Whether you are preparing for the upcoming show season or just hoping to hit a few of the local trails this summer, now is the time to familiarize yourself with specific rules and requirements, prepare your documents, and beef up your disease prevention plan for your horse. Find out what you need here.
› CHVS News
Our winter seminar lecture series was once again a huge success!
Thank you to all those who came out for these meetings. We hope you enjoyed hearing about these important topics are much as we enjoyed talking about them. Once again, a huge thank you to Monmouth County Cooperative Extension for hosting us.

Speaking of presentations...
Dr. Parisio was invited to speak at Purina’s HOW: Horse Owners Workshop on April 10th at Rick’s Saddle Shop in Cream Ridge. There was a large turn out and much learning was had by all.

Mark your calendars for Jersey Fresh International Three Day Event, May 8 – 11 at the Horse Park of New Jersey.
In addition to sponsoring a cross country fence again, we will be helping in the vet box at the end of cross country. We hope to see you at this exciting event!