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Dennis Verdon, Farrier, Improving your Equine Eye

Dennis_verdon
Category
Webinar
Date
Tuesday, June 09, 2020 09:00

Dennis likes to deal with difficult shoeing cases. 
“It is a nice feeling to see a horse run away better after shoeing than how it arrived. I also enjoy cooperative collaboration with veterinarians. You can support and complement each other so well. Furthermore, I always enjoy passing on my knowledge to farriers and students. In my eyes, it is important to support others so that they do not make the same mistakes as I used to and to help the horses as a team as much as possible.”

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