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  1. #1
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    Default Repro vet, Bel Air MD

    Just when I decided to leave my comfort zone of breeding TBs and branch out into the warmblood world in an effort to get a keeper horse for me to show someday I find out my repro vet is leaving the practice and moving away. I am not going to name her here because she wants to tell all of her clients herself and there may be some she hasn't gotten to yet. I guess one of the vets they interviewed is a repro vet so if he gets the job I will be ok but I want alternatives just in case.
    My mare is due Feb 21 and is booked to Redwine. I hope to breed her after the quarantine period is up towards the end of March. Anyone have any recommendations?



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    www.nandivet.com

    45 mins from you.

    excellent frozen results for me last 3 years.



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    Thanks but 45 minutes isn't going to cut it if we end up with a dystocia, God forbid. I can almost be at New Bolton in 45 minutes.



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    wow... they're 2 hours from me and it works great. i have local vets to handle stuff on the farm.

    i hope you find what you're looking for.



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    Hi Laurierace,

    I would highly recommend Dr. Michael Harrison, from Willow Dale Farm. He is excellent and does a good amount of repro. IM me if you need help getting a hold of him. He is located in Butler, MD. I don't know if that is close enough, but it shoud be. You can do a search for Willow Dale Farm on superpages.com .

    Tim
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    Thanks for the tip, I will look into it. I am really hoping my current practice hires someone who can do repro so I don't have to switch.



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    Dr. John Lee with Unionville Equine Associates does LOTS of repro work. He lives on a broodmare farm in Rising Sun himself, so even though his practice is in PA, he's not too far from you (25 miles?). Great guy.

    http://www.ueavet.com/
    Erin
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    Laurie, we use Dr. Littel from Fawn Grove Equine (formerly from Delaware Equine.) She does a fair amount of repro stuff, although we haven't used her for it, since everyone is foaling in PA or Va these days. Nandi is great for ship in stuff (Dr. Huertgen is amazing!) but they no longer do farm calls.



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    I would look into cordeliastables. com.
    Dr Haugh, Kim, and staff are excellent.
    Proudly belong to Guinness, Jasmin, and Chloe.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RyTimMick View Post
    Hi Laurierace,

    I would highly recommend Dr. Michael Harrison, from Willow Dale Farm. He is excellent and does a good amount of repro. IM me if you need help getting a hold of him. He is located in Butler, MD. I don't know if that is close enough, but it shoud be. You can do a search for Willow Dale Farm on superpages.com .

    Tim
    We ended up going with a Dr. Harrison but I am not sure its the same one here. I guess I will find out when he comes in a week or two to open her caslicks. Thanks everyone.



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