Category Archives: Reflecting with Dr. Markey

September – The Fall New Year

Most veterinarians spend the first quarter of their lives as students. High school is followed by 4 years of a university undergraduate degree, followed for some by a masters degree, others by entering directly into veterinary college, and others by … Continue reading

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Horse Season

Happy Horse Season everyone! It is that time of year again when we Canadians can fully appreciate our horse companions without freezing our toes off. I was inspired to write this blog post during a weekend at Palgrave as the … Continue reading

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Vaccines, why don’t we ask?

I’ve been wondering something. Why don’t people want to ask about vaccines? Why we do them? Which ones we choose? What those diseases are? With all of the controversy surrounding vaccines in the recent past, why don’t people ask? Is … Continue reading

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Teaching Our Feet to Walk Away

There have been a few tough cases lately. Horses that have complicated problems and day-to-day updates can be a roller coaster. They have me checking my phone at night and on my weekends off. They have me stopping in at … Continue reading

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Why I Love Equine Dentistry

As equine veterinarians we see a large variety of horses, and we get to be involved in all aspects of horse health and wellness. An important part of that is dentistry. All vets are trained to properly and effectively perform … Continue reading

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