September 5, 2014–For such a powerful animal, a horse can certainly be vulnerable to illness and injury, and every horse owner needs to know how to recognize and respond to problems.
So EquiSearch and Zoetis are sponsoring a free online webinar, “Equine First Aid: How to Handle Common Emergencies” featuring veterinarian Jeff Hall of Equine Technical Services, on Thursday, Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. Eastern. To sign up, visit: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/182038710.
During this hour-long webinar, Dr. Hall will explain how to deal with common and unexpected horse health problems including lacerations, bandaging, colic and more. It’s a must for horse owners and horse fans alike, and there will be time reserved at the end for questions.
Don’t miss this opportunity! Sign up here: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/182038710
“We are thrilled to be able to offer this free webinar to our readers, as this is vital information for anyone who is around horses,” said EquiSearch Content Manager Lindsay Porter. “And Dr. Hall is great—very knowledgeable and friendly.”
More about Dr. Hall: Jeff Hall is an Area Veterinarian on the Equine Technical Services team for Zoetis. Dr. Hall earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at North Carolina State University in 2001. He completed an internship in equine medicine and surgery at North Carolina State University in 2002.
Dr. Hall joined Pfizer Animal Health in 2012 following a 10-year career as an associate veterinarian at Equus Veterinary Service in Oregon City, OR. Equus is a large, exclusively equine practice with a full service hospital and ambulatory division. Dr. Hall focused on many aspects of veterinary service including preventative care, critical care, internal medicine and surgery.
An active leader in both his profession and community, Dr. Hall served as a board member on the Northwest Equine Practitioners Association. He is an active member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners as well as the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Hall lives in San Luis Obispo, California with his wife Chea, a small animal veterinarian, and his two children.