Apr 6, 2015
Owning a horse is a great experience. The beauty and majesty of a healthy horse is a great to behold. But how do maintain horse health? As a new horse owner what costs are associated with horse health? We wanted to answer these questions and more. We needed a reliable source of information and we enlisted the help of our local expert on horse health, our veterinarian Dr. John Tolley. Dr. Tolley is a partner at Bakersfield large Animal veterinary Hospital. He is a very experienced veterinarian and a horse owner. We talk about horse feed requirements. We talk about supplementation. We talk about vaccinations and worming protocols. We talk about dentistry. Just about everything concerning horse health is covered in a general conversation.
Dr. Tolley says he will come back and share more thoughts on horse health. If you have a topic you would like to see us cover, please shoot me an email.
Dr. Tolley joined Bakersfield Veterinary Hospital's large animal practice in July 1983. He grew up in northern San Diego county and attended the University of Arizona, where he majored in agriculture and animal science and graduated with distinction. He then earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine. He was a member of Phi Zeta, the veterinary medicine honor society.
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