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GLENWOOD CITY — Topline Equine Veterinary care alone with Dr. Howard Ketover will be working together for a large animal emergency rescue clinic on Saturday, September 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dr. Ketover’s areas of interest include emergency response, preventative care, and lameness and sports performance.
Ketover has facilitated the development of the Wisconsin Large Animal Emergency Response nonprofit organization which supports and reports to large animal emergencies.
The topics during the all-day event will include a mock trailer accident and body condition scoring discussion.
The mock trailer accident is to help prepare everyone for the worst and form a network of responders that police and fire departments can contact in case of an accident that would require extra help.
The demonstration will be presented by Dr. Ketover will teach responders how to get livestock safely out of trailers without any further injury to the livestock or any injury to the responders.
The body condition scoring discussion will be presented by Kimberlee Brown from Assurance Feeds, and is geared toward police officers now in the position of humane officers.
It will include body condition scoring of horses for officers that get calls about thin horses.
There will also be a walk-through of the bar, and a discussion of what to look for in a facility, along with a hay inspection.
Lunch and beverages will be provided, please RSVP.
Any questions contact Dr. Jennifer Teigen at 715-684-9442 or by email email@example.com.