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Fire Images and Equine Emergency Response

Fire Images and Equine Emergency Response

Welcome friends, scientists & first responders, This page is inspired by Nathan Slovis, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM (Internal Medicine), Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT).  He is the Equine Emergency Response Director and Director of McGee Center at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in … Continue reading

Giraffe Behavior

Giraffe Behavior

Welcome to the newcomer – Riley, the giraffe. Riley’s birthday is August 20, 2003.  He is here in Portland at the Oregon Zoo for a two year stay while the Hogle Zoo in Utah, gets a remodel to his enclosure … Continue reading

Main Gallery of Images

Welcome to the Gallery.  Enjoy the images. %%wppa%% … Continue reading

Hamstrings 1 – Bo’s Injury

Hamstrings – Normal and Not Normal March 2010   Bo over the stall door – we’re pretty sure he’s hurting behind.   This is Bo.  He is a wonderful chestnut Arab gelding – and my mare’s favorite male in the whole … Continue reading

Hamstrings 2 – Comparisons

Hamstrings 2 – Comparisons

Click here to read the beginning of Bo’s story… These three images were taken in late March 2010 – six months after this gelding was injured.  He has been happy and running in the field, and seemed completely ready to … Continue reading

Pat Murray’s horse – Quads

Pat Murray’s beautiful new black horse Bailey wasn’t even approved by the vet at the first evening’s vet check.  He came all this way from the Oregon/Idaho border to ride the 50 miles, and wouldn’t get to start in the morning.  What a bummer, and … Continue reading

Lois Wifall’s horse – Tie Up

Lois Wifall’s horse – Tie Up

   The first image on the right shows a horse whose muscles have “tied up“.  This horse started with the 100 mile competitors, but stopped on the trail 7 miles out of camp, at 5:45 am, according to Lois.  She could … Continue reading