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Elizabeth Santschi to Join AAEP’s Board of Directors

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) announces the appointment of Elizabeth M. Santschi, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, to the board of directors as a director at large. Her three-year term will begin at the AAEP’s 47th Annual

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47th Annual Convention to be Held in November

Equine veterinarians from across the globe will gather in San Diego, Calif., for the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) 47th Annual Convention, Nov.24-28. More than 2,500 practitioners attend the convention each year, making it

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Horseman’s Day Heading to San Diego

The American Association of Equine Practitioners‚ (AAEP) health seminar for horse owners—Horseman’s Day—will be held Sunday, November 25, 2001, in San Diego, Calif. Designed for those interested in equine health care, Horseman’s Day features

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Horseman’s Day 2001: Don’t Miss It!

San Diego, CA
Sunday, November 25th

The AAEP is proud to present Horseman’s Day 2001 in conjunction with the annual convention for veterinarian-members at the San Diego Convention Center. The AAEP enjoyed great success last year in

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AAEP Issues Call For 2001 Convention Papers

Members of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) and other individuals are invited to submit an abstract, “how to” paper or review paper for consideration for presentation during the 2001 AAEP Annual Convention

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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: Fighting Infection

The latest information on scores of topics is presented at the AAEP convention; we can’t report on them all, but we do try to bring you a representative sampling. This year, many of the topics can be grouped into five categories: fighting

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AAEP Reports

The 2001 annual convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners served up a banquet of information for veterinarians and horse owners. One full day was devoted to owner education, featuring veterinarians speaking on a variety of

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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: Lameness/Injury

The latest information on scores of topics is presented at the AAEP convention; we can’t report on them all, but we do try to bring you a representative sampling. This year, many of the topics can be grouped into five categories: fighting

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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: General Medicine

The latest information on scores of topics is presented at the AAEP convention; we can’t report on them all, but we do try to bring you a representative sampling. This year, many of the topics can be grouped into five categories: fighting

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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: Predicting Performance

If only we could accurately predict a horse’s future athletic performance, we’d know which horses on which to spend our fortunes. Many early factors in estimating a yearling’s potential have been proven correct, others false, and there’s many fo

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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: Reproduction

The latest information on scores of topics is presented at the AAEP convention; we can’t report on them all, but we do try to bring you a representative sampling. This year, many of the topics can be grouped into five categories: fighting

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AAEP Convention Preview: Hands-On Learning

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AAEP Convention Preview: Professional Development

Are you sometimes worried that your veterinarian will break down before your horse? Stress is a common problem in the lifestyle that goes along with treating animals while traveling long distances. Besides the stress of doing a good job and

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