At our last seminar, Preparing your Horse for Winter, several questions were asked regarding parasite control and current deworming strategies. Due to popular demand, we’ll be hosting a seminar focused specifically on the beset way to manage parasites. On Tuesday February 16th, our veterinarians will be joined by Dr. Andy Bennett, a Veterinary Services Manager from Merial, to discuss the most up to date recommendations regarding parasite control strategies for your horse or herd.
Andy Bennett, DVM
Dr. Andy Bennett is a 2000 graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, he joined a mixed animal practice in Lake Wales, Florida providing services for cats, dogs, horses, cattle and exotic animals. In 2003, Dr. Bennett joined Maxwell Animal Hospital, providing general medicine and referral veterinary services for companion animals. Additionally Dr. Bennett provided care to horses and cattle outside of small animal practice. In 2005, Dr. Bennett decided to pursue full time large animal practice and opened Polk Equine P.L., providing veterinary services for horses, beef/dairy cattle and small ruminants on a full time basis. As of May 2012, Dr. Bennett joined Merial as a Veterinary Services Manager providing technical support for our cattle and equine divisions. Dr. Bennett is experienced in lectures, and has obtained RACE approval, on topics regarding bovine parasite control, BRD antibiotic therapy and various equine topics as well as becoming proficient in supporting our equine gastroscopy labs.
This seminar will be hosted at Irongate Equine Clinic, in the second floor conference room of 1848 Waldorf Blvd, Madison, WI 53719. There’ll be food, fun, and education galore. Make sure to RSVP early – this seminar always fills up fast, and we only have 60 seats available! You’ll also be able to check out the new space for our office. RSVP by calling or emailing the office (608-845-6006 or Info@IrongateEquine.com), and giving us your name, any guests that you’re bringing, and any topics you’d like covered.