Monthly Archives: February 2012

Safety First

As many of you probably know, there was an explosion involving a hyperbaric oxygen chamber at an equine rehabilitation facility.  The explosion resulted in one horse and person being killed and a second person being seriously injured.  The details of … Continue reading

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The Joys of Treating an Older Horse

As the owner of several geriatric horses, I know first hand how endearing owning an “oldie” can really be.  A swayed back, a droopy lip, a greyed face, a missing eye are charming qualities that become all the more sweet … Continue reading

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A Day Answering the Phones at MPES

My present role at MPES is as Head Technician.  This means that I spend a great deal of time in the clinic at a computer working on administrative duties, training initiatives, daily organizing and troubleshooting.  Occasionally, I head out on … Continue reading

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