Equilite Website Lets Horse Owners Ask Questions To Renowned Veterinarian at "Ask The Expert"
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Equilite Website Lets Horse Owners Ask Questions To Renowned Veterinarian at “Ask The Expert”
St. Louis, MO (December 8, 2009) – Horse owner’s looking for medical advice can now get it straight from the horse’s mouth – or better yet straight from a renowned veterinarian. The Equilite website gives animals lovers the chance to ask questions to Dr. Judith M. Shoemaker on their “Ask the Expert” page and have them answered, free of charge.
Equilite, the makers of the award-winning Sore No More products and Botanical Animal Flower Essences, is thrilled to partner with Dr. Shoemaker, a 1980 graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Shoemaker’s integrative practice utilizes multiple complementary medicine and therapy modalities including chiropractic, acupuncture, and other alternative techniques.
“Dr. Shoemaker’s patients include all breeds and all disciplines including Thoroughbred and Standardbred racehorses, pleasure horses, draft and gaited horses, top-level competition horses in dressage, open jumping, endurance, Western sports, and combined training,” said Stacey Small of Equilite. “She is licensed to practice in 17 states including most of the states on the East coast as well as Colorado, Kentucky, Indiana, and Alabama.”
Dr. Shoemaker maintains a large complementary medicine and therapy mixed veterinary practice in Nottingham, Pennsylvania. Since 1995, she has been affiliated with several premiere equine sports therapy centers providing comprehensive maintenance, therapeutic management, and consultation to equestrian competitors in the United States and internationally.
“Our ‘Ask the Expert’ page is a great resource for horse owners who are looking for general information about animal health care,” Small said. “It’s a wonderful resource for people who visit our website and it gives them a chance to ask Dr. Shoemaker about our products as well.”
Dr. Shoemaker will be joining Equilite veterinarian Dr. Bill Ormston on the “Ask the Expert” panel. Dr. Ormston, who has been part of the “Ask the Expert” panel for the past year, graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. After attending Options For Animals in 1998 he received certification from the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA) and began using chiropractic to treat his animal patients.
Dr. Ormston received his Doctor of Veterinary Homeopathy from the British Institute in 2002. Jubilee Animal Health is a mobile mixed animal practice in the Dallas TX area where he cares for pets and horses using mostly alternative methods. He is one of the founding instructors of the postgraduate course in Animal Chiropractic at Parker Chiropractic College in Dallas. Dr."O" has lectured both nationally and internationally on Animal Chiropractic and Biomechanics and Gait Analysis in the quadruped.
Equilite, which offers a line of award-winning holistic animal health and herbal blends that help manage a horse's attitude and natural lifestyle, is pleased to bring both veterinarians to their “Ask the Expert” panel. Equilite's herbal horse liniments, holistic herbal supplement blends and botanical flower essences are non-irritating and safe for horses, horse owners and the environment. They contain no sugars, no fillers and no chemicals and are proudly made with human grade ingredients in the USA. Equilite is an environmentally conscious company.
For more information on Equilite, part of the Arenus family of products, or to ask Dr. Shoemaker or Dr. Ormston a question, visit their website at www.equilite.com or call 1-800-942-5483
Equilite is part of the Arenus family of products. Arenus is a premier provider of innovative health and nutrition products for pets and horses. A growing division within Novus Nutrition Brands LLC., a global company dedicated to animal performance, health and longevity.
Photo: Renowned veterinarian Dr. Judith M. Shoemaker, a graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, is available to answer questions at Equilite’s “Ask the Expert” page on the Equilite website. Equilite, makers awarding winning Sore No More and Botanical Blends, offers the service free of charge. (Photo courtesy of Equilite)