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MEC Veterinarian Conference

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31st Annual Veterinarian/Technician Conference
“Ultrasound of the Forelimb & Select Body Cavity Imaging”
with Dr. Johanna Reimer, VMD, Dip. ACVIM
March 10-11, 2011

Day 1 Topics: Basic lower limb anatomy and abnormalities of the fetlock, pastern and foot as well as more advanced topics. The complexity of the carpal and fetlock sheaths, the upper limb (elbow, cervical facets, shoulder including the biceptital tendon & sheath), and how to avoid common pitfalls when ultrasounding the palmar metacarpus.

Day 2 Wet Lab: Bring your ultrasound machine or try out the new machines. If you have interesting and challenging cases, please refer them so we can all benefit. Owners should expect a 20% discount. Attendance is limited and was filled last year.

MEC Veterinarian Conference

Day 1 Free to rDVM, Day 2 lab $395

Myhre Equine Clinic
100 Ten Rod Road
Rochester, NH 03867

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Doctor Myhre Performing Surgery

Dr. Myhre performs facial reconstruction to restore normal breathing on “Scribbles” following a tree falling on and crushing her skull.

An Amazing Recovery from a Horrific Accident
October 2010

“Scribbles” the paint horse has an amazing recovery following a fallen tree accident, which crushed her skull and ribs. With the help of caring strangers and skilled veterinarians, Scribbles made a full recovery after rehabilitation and reconstructive surgery at Myhre Equine Clinic to help her breathe normally.

To read the full story in the Nashua Telegraph, or to donate to Scribbles medical expenses fund, click here.

Technician Amanday Sevigny Works on Scribbles
Ski Joring Demonstration!
Sunday January 16, 2011, 12PM at the Myhre Equine Complex

Grab a pull and Go!

A Skier and Rider attempt our courseSnowflakeJoin us on Sunday January 16 at 12:00 PM for our annual Ski Joring Demonstration and Clinic. These horses and riders don’t hold anything back in this extreme sport. Watch the pros maneuver the course at top speeds and then watch the beginners give it a shot. The course consists of cones to weave through, cornering and jousting rings to spear with their arm as they fly by. Get ready for spills as they come off the four-foot jumps before hitting the finish line.

Riders and Skiers
Prepare to join us for the 2011 race season! Peewee through advanced divisions. Clinic registration is $50.00 per person. Bring your horse at no charge for training. Audit the clinic for $20.00 per person. As a skier you will learn from a professional ski instructor how to effectively maneuver the course and dally your rope. As a rider, you and your horse will acquire the skills needed to assist your skier, making you a team of three on the course.

Space limited. Pre-registration required. Clinic check in time 10:00 AM.
Hot food and drinks available by Mr. Jack’s
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