The modern equine health and wellbeing checklist can be lengthy but is nonetheless extremely important to review at least annually with a veterinarian. To curb the threat of illness, prevention is key. Key prevention recommendations will be presented during the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Equine Seminar Series, on Tuesday, May 18 from 6–7 p.m. Eastern via Zoom.
Toby Pinn-Woodcock, DVM, Large Animal Internal Medicine Specialist and Extension Associate with the Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences, Cornell University, will talk about preventative measures horse owners can take for optimal equine wellness.
The Zoom webinar will take place Tuesday, May 18, 2021, from 6–7 p.m. Eastern. The webinar is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Click here to register.
Dr. Pinn-Woodcock is a Diagnostic Intelligence Officer on the Veterinary Support Services team at the Cornell Animal Health Diagnostic Center (AHDC) and is a member of the Large Animal Internal Medicine Service in the Cornell Equine and Nemo Farm Animal Hospital (ENFAH).
Dr. Pinn-Woodcock received her DVM degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008, after which she completed an equine internship in Vermont and a residency in large animal internal medicine at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Following her residency, Dr. Pinn-Woodcock spent four years in equine ambulatory and referral practice, after which she spent two years treating all creatures great and small in a mixed practice located in the Finger Lakes region of New York. She returned to Cornell in 2018 in her current role at AHDC and the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Her areas of interest and research include large animal infectious disease and equine endocrinology.
The Cornell Equine Seminar Series is presented by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Equine Hospital, the New York State 4-H Horse Program and Cornell Cooperative Extension. Held monthly, equine experts present on important equine health and management topics. The event is free and open to the public.