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Going Gaited Online Magazine monthly columns; Breed Spotlight, Horse Training Columns; Veterinary and Farrier advice; fun columns; informative columns! GREAT EQUINE ADVERTISING, MARKETING & MERCHANDISING ... more

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Dr. Daniel Pike - Veterinary Column/ Forum Q & A


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From Dr. Pike: Deet can cause neurolgic disease at toxic levels in horses.
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by Daniel R. Pike, DVM
Dr. Pike continues a series of columns on colic.


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   Daniel Pike, DVM
Daniel R. Pike, DVM is originally from Macon, GA.  Dr. Pike received his Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science from the University of Georgia and then went on to receive his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University's School of Veterinary Medicine in the spring of 2005.  Upon graduating, Dr. Pike accepted an associate position at Currie Equine Clinic in Hempstead, Texas.  He gained vast experience in all areas of equine medicine with a special emphasis upon lameness cases and reproductive medicine.  After living in Texas for 4 years, Dr. Pike and his wife Lauren moved back to Georgia settling in the historic town of Madison.  Dr. Pike has since started his own practice, Piedmont Equine, and covers Madison and surrounding areas.


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