Horse Health with Dr. Madison Seamans
Looking for expert insights on horse care? Look no further than this podcast episode featuring our special guest, Dr. Madison Seamans, with over fifty years of experience as a professional horseman and equine veterinarian.
Our guest is in an exclusive equine practice for 37 years and has even instructed at the prestigious UC Davis Veterinary Medical Center. But what really sets him apart is his passion for horses and his avid trail riding experiences, including a ride through Mount Rushmore national monument.
In addition to his impressive resume, our guest is also a marginally talented cowboy poet and artist, as well as a teacher of equine podiatry to vet students at the annual AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners) conference. And, if that wasn’t enough, he’s also a sorry team roper, bringing a little bit of cowboy logic and humor to the world of equine medicine, surgery, and dentistry.
So what can you expect from this episode? Our guest will share practical knowledge and experience on a wide range of horse care topics, from routine health maintenance to emergency care. Whether you’re a seasoned horse owner or just starting out, this episode is a must-listen for anyone who cares about the well-being of their equine companion.
So saddle up and tune in to our latest podcast episode featuring our expert guest, and get ready to learn some valuable tips and insights on horse care from a true industry veteran. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear from one of the best in the business!
Madison Seamans’ first book, “Never Trust a Sneaky Pony”, is available at Trafalgar Square Books. In this book, you’ll learn a little bit about horse medicine, but mostly he’ll entertain you with the stories.
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