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McKinlay & Peters Equine Hospital welcomes

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We are thankful to have our roots in a beautiful part of the West. Dr. Jed McKinlay began the practice at his home in the Green Bluff area, north of Spokane, in 1993. Since then the practice has grown and flourished.

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In 1999, Dr. Bob Peters joined the practice and a solid partnership in equine veterinary care formed. From our humble beginnings on Green Bluff, to our first facility and Reproduction Center in Colbert, to our new state of the art hospital in Newman Lake, our main focus has always been to provide the most comprehensive, compassionate care for horses possible. For the Love of Horses is not just our motto, but also our way of life. Each of our doctors, technicians, and staff are horse owners or have a deep and abiding love for horses. We invite you to read our bios on our website, www.McKinlayPetersEquine. com. We hope that you will come to know that when you trust your horses care to MPEH, your horse is being cared for by horsemen and women who dedicate their lives to one of God’s most beautiful creatures on earth, the Horse. MPEH has seven doctors on staff: Jed D. McKinlay, DVM Bob Peters, DVM Bob Schneider, Diplomate ACVS Freya Stein, DVM DACVIM (LAIM) Michelle Roseburg, DVM John Herning, DVM Alyssa K. Doering, DVM JULY 2020 • HORSE PREVIEWS • PAGE 3

Hello, in.Missoula.I.developed.a. passion.for.horses..As.a.barrel. racer.(amateur,.collegiate,. and.professional.levels).I. understand.the.importance.of. up.and.running. practice.the.skills.I.acquired. from.Oakridge.Equine.Hospital,. University.of.Pennsylvania,.and. Texas.A&M.(where.I.completed. my.surgical.residency). include:.Orthopedic.surgeries,.throat. surgeries.for.performance.horses,.colic. surgeries, remove.ovaries.and.testicles,.and.other. soft-tissue.surgeries. developing.a.traveling.sports.medicine.unit.,. diagnose.bleeders.and.provide.all.of.the. keep.performance.horses.doing.their.job...’s. surgical.needs..Please.don’t.hesitate. Best.regards, Alyssa.K..Doering,.DVM.Equine.Surgeon McKinlay.&.Peters.Equine.Hospital 509-928-6734.•.509-238-4959 208-457-8813.(Idaho.Residents)

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With the news dominated by the human Corona Virus very few people have noticed an equine virus has been slowly spreading across parts of the central and southwestern US. First identified in New Mexico April 15th, it has continued to march into Arizona, Texas, Kansas and as of June 25th Dr. John Herning, DVM Nebraska can now be added to the list as states affected by the virus, Vesicular Stomatitis. Vesicular Stomatitis or VS can infect cattle, horses, pigs and occasionally sheep/goats. Little known fact is people can also contract VS and become ill with flu like symptoms and fever. Symptoms in horses consist of painful blisters to the tongue, lips and mouth making it difficult to eat and drink. In addition, teats can be affected on nursing mares causing associated foal problems, and blisters can also form on the coronet resulting in laminitis and sloughing of hooves in severe cases. Transmission of the disease is mostly by biting flies/midges, which is why VS is more prevalent in the warmer months. VS can also be transmitted horse to horse by direct contact with the fluids from ruptured blisters and

contact with buckets, shared water sources and other equipment that has been contaminated. While a horse is suffering from VS, horses should be fed soft foods to decrease mouth discomfort and anti-inflammatory medications can reduce swelling and pain to encourage a horse to continue to eat and drink. Sometimes fluid therapy may need to be administered if the horse becomes dehydrated, and measures to protect and support their feet if laminitis is a concern. Luckily the disease is self-limiting in most cases and with this proper supportive care horses can heal and return to full health typically within two weeks. The number one way to prevent the spread is quarantine of infected horses and adequate separation and repellents to protect from fly transmission to healthy horses. The real problem with VS is its enormous economic effect it can have on the horse, cattle and swine industry in terms of lost revenues, costs of treatment and cancellation of equestrian/show livestock events. VS clinical signs mimic Hoof and Mouth disease seen in cattle, pigs other cloven hooved animals, even deer and buffalo. Hoof and Mouth disease hasn’t been seen in the US since 1929, but the 2001 outbreak in England resulted in the destruction of 6 million cows and sheep and the cancellation of almost all equine transport and activities. For these reasons, the Federal Government’s response to control the spread of VS is


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swift and far reaching. This involves quarantining affected properties, cancellation of horse shows, auctions and restrictions or outright bans on some interstate transport. Canada also implements travel restrictions and bans from affected states/counties. To control the spread of VS the importance of veterinary inspection and writing of health certificates for interstate travel becomes our first line of defense. The spread of this disease from state to state and county to county came about from the transportation of infected horses without proper veterinary inspection. VS has made its way to the Pacific Northwest as recent as 2009 affecting Montana and impacting us locally, and was as close as Colorado last year. For this reason, quarantine any new arrivals from out of state and carefully

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Sacking out Part 4 — adding objects By Ann Kirk

It’s hard to believe it is the middle of 2020 already! Many unexpected things have happened this year that have made it both exciting and challenging. I’m not sure how this will end or the changes this virus will have in the long run, but God knows. By trusting in Him, I can look forward to the year with anticipation and not fear. This can also work well when working with our horses. Whether the last lesson worked out better or worse than expected, we should always be positively prepared for greater results the next time. Be careful not to take old baggage into the next lesson or it can produce a mindset that will determine the course before you even start. We can become very emotionally involved and take the horse’s reactions as a personal insult. If we do this, we will defeat the whole purpose of what we were trying to teach. I cannot expect my horse to get a grip on its emotions when I can’t control my own. So, take time to be mentally prepared for their learning process and look for the positives in each lesson. This month we will add another phase to our sacking out session. Last month, we worked our hands over the entire horse, starting at the head and working towards the tail and legs. So this month, we will add some objects to get the horse even more solid on trusting us and on learning the correct response to unusual stimuli. This will be done in the same manner as when approaching him with nothing but your

hands. To prepare for this lesson, gather a few things that you will use. Some of my favorite objects are the lariat I use for the round pen lesson, a cotton twin bed sheet, a towel or saddle blanket, a piece of plastic (small and large), a whip to attach the plastic to when ready and a saddle or a saddle pad with stirrups. The list could go on and on but you get the picture. Then you will want to lay them out in an order that will make it the easiest for the horse. Don’t start with the scariest; start with what you believe will be the least scary for the horse to deal with. The more correct responses you get, the faster your horse becomes solid at facing his fears and not moving his feet. Let’s say we start with the towel. Fold it once or twice to make it even smaller. Starting from the opposite side of the round pen with your horse facing you, begin to approach him just as before. Don’t try to hide the object or overly emphasis it. Just handle it like you expect him to be totally comfortable with it. Walk as if you have done it a hundred times already. Don’t sneak up to him or hurry either. Pay close attention to

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Beautifully Kept Home & Shop on 10 View Acres 10807 E. Hallett Road, Spokane $


MLS #2020015351 • Fenced & set up for your animals • Power & water to the covered animal area • Home has steel roof, vinyl siding, large mud room with laundry • New flooring & carpet throughout • Open Kitchen with gas cooktop/ oven, huge deck/ eating area • Western red cedar in master suite • 30x40’ shop with 12’ door, insulated with power & 6” floor

Steve Cain & Shelly Monahan-Cain

509-290-3229 North Spokane, LLC


Secluded Horse Property Just South of Spokane 8723 S. Southfork Lane, Spokane, WA 99223

799,900 MLS #202017264


Horse Setup on 5 Acres

Steve Cain & Shelly Monahan-Cain

• 6 bed, 5 bath, 5411 sq.ft. custom built 1-1/2 story home • Huge main floor master with corian double sinks, tub & shower • Corian kitchen, gas cooktop, oak floors • $6,000 of brand new stainless steel appliances • Formal dining & living rooms & main floor office • Family room off kitchen, main floor laundry • 3 bedrooms up & full bathroom • Finished daylight basement, big family room, 2 legal bedrooms with full bath • Gas heat, Central AC • New well pump, cistern cleaned, new iron filter • Water softener and ozonator checked and set. • Heated 40x40’ shop with 12’ door, attached 20x40’ barn with two 12x12’ stalls • Power, water & 7 ton hay storage, fenced pasture

509-290-3229 North Spokane, LLC

380 Acre Ranch For Sale - 1 Hour Northwest of Spokane 5717 Martha Boardman Rd, Ford, WA

5 Beds, 5 Baths, 3888 SqFt

Indoor 72' x 1080' Arena w/ Attached Barn 132' x 3280' Outdoor Arena



• Custom home built in 2010 • Large acreage equestrian property • Acres of forest with miles of trails for horses • 100 tillable acres for alfalfa/grass crops • Year-around creek in an accessible canyon Schedule your own private showing!

Jeaninne Dawson

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REAL ESTATE continued

Mama Said Dash C&S Ranch ......................................6 Poco Buenos Ghost C&S Ranch ......................................6

Golden Gem Mercantile ..................11 Northwest Horse Supplements .......... 5

Joe Dobson ...................................18 Steve Cain & Shelly Monahan-Cain ................21, 22 Teresa Jaynes ................................19



Parker Buildings .............................13 Steel Structures of America, Inc ...... 17

FENCING All Terrain Fence.............................14

C&S Ranch ......................................6 Shalwyn Arabians .............................6

Midnyte Shetland Ponies ..................9 Shalwyn Arabians .............................6 Stethmir Arabians ............................9 Weaver Quarter Horses Production Sale................................7



2BU Youth Ranch Barn Dance ......... 16 Weaver Quarter Horses Production Sale................................7

HUB International Insurance.............. 4


FACILITY Lady Raven Stable..........................12 Morris Stables ...............................16

FARRIER Ray Cunnington Farrier Services ...... 12

REAL ESTATE Alissa Lightner ...............................20 Ana Negru .........................Back Cover Ana Wahl .......................................18 Anne Comstock-Brainard .................20 Gwen Arrand ..................................23 Jeaninne Dawson ...........................22

SADDLES, TACK & CLOTHING Indiana Harness Co. .......................12 Will Rogers Saddle Co. .....................2

TRAINERS Ann Kirk - Sensible Horsemanship ... 10 Sylvia Glover ....................................9 Tim Wigren ......................................9

TRAILERS & TRAILER REPAIRS Huber Trailer Sales ...........................8 Washington Auto Carriage ...............15

VETERINARIAN McKinlay & Peters Equine Hospital ............. Front Cover, 3

One Owner – Custom Built Home on 10 Acres Plenty of Room foR eveRyone, IncludIng the hoRses!

5245 Quail ridge, deer Park

• MLS #202016484

• 4410 sq.ft., 6 bed, 4 bath home with central vacuum system • Master suite, private balcony, sunroom • 12x24’ shop & shed • Work shop area, 2 car garage with circle driveway

Gwen ArrAnd Exit Real Estate Professionals Deer Park

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Scenic Hideaway Paradise on 14 Acres Rockford Bay Rd, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

$1,695,000 New Construction Just Completed 2020

Stunning Lake Cd’A and Mountain Views

• Year-round Bellgrove Creek • High-end custom built, multi-generational home (can accommodate 3 families) • 2770 sf ranch-style home (3 bedrooms + den, 2.5 baths, lots of closets) • Plus 2770 sf walk-through finished basement divided in two. Half can be for aging parents/ adult kids with full bath and separate entrance. The other half is for owner’s use with 3 rooms/ storage, root cellar/ bunker/ 3 concrete walls all the way up. • 600 ft away is a 2/1 mother-in-law 896 sf house • You must see this home to appreciate the luxurious touches infused into it: chef-style kitchen with Viking appliances, formal entry, soaring ceilings, crown molding, large Trex balcony, tall 3-layer glass windows, knotty Alder trims. • 60x36 insulated shop for your boat, RV, or additional storage. • 2 large enclosures, 8’ high fenced areas for horses. • No HOA or CC&Rs. • 15 miles to hospital, 0.8 mi to I-95, easy access! • Easy to show. Relocation. • Seller financing available.

Ana Negru Professional Realty Services Idaho


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