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  • 2015 No Laminitis!
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    Georgetown, TX Fri, Nov 6 - Sun, Nov 8 Conference Flyer

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NO Laminitis! Conference Georgetown, TX ~ November 2015

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Community Center

445 E Morrow Street

Georgetown, TX, 78626

Friday, November 6, 2015
To Sunday, November 8, 2015

 

 

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eleanorEleanor Kellon, VMD, is one of a handful of experts in Cushing's/PPID and Insulin Resistance in horses.  Owner of Equine Nutritional Solutions, Robesonia, PA, she is well known for her work with nutraceuticals for horses and is an authority on equine nutrition and conditions affecting performance horses. A best- selling author, Dr. Kellon is well known for her field trials breaking new ground. Dr. Kellon's professional meetings and publications have included the use of the herb Gynostemma pentaphyllum  and the blue- green algae Spirulina plentensis in the Horse and Iron Status in Hyperinsulinemic/Insulin Resistant Horses (European Equine Health and Nutrition Congress 2006) and contributing author on laminitis and dietary therapy of insulin resistance in Care and Rehabilitation of the EquineFoot (Hoof Rehabilitation Publishing 2011), Equine Podiatry (WB Saunders Co, 2006).

Since 2008, Dr. Kellon has seen over 3000 students through her online nutrition and health courses (www.drkellon.com). She is also Staff  Veterinary Specialist for Uckele Health and Nutrition, the co-owner of the 12,000 international member ECIR outreach group, and Veterinary Advisor to the ECIR Group nonprofit.

Guest Speakers

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Eleanor Kellon, VMD

Advances in Equine Cushing's disease and Insulin Resistance

Eleanor Kellon, VMD, is one of a handful of experts in Cushing's/PPID and Insulin Resistance in horses.  Owner of Equine Nutritional Solutions, Robesonia, PA, she is well known for her work with nutraceuticals for horses and is an authority on equine nutrition and conditions affecting performance horses.

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Robert Bowker, VMD, PhD,

Physiology of the Equine Foot

Professor of  Neurobiology and Anatomy with the Department of Pathobiology and Diagnostic Investigation in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University

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