Ranch Vets in Alabama

   
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Finding a ranch vet, (for horses, cattle, sheep/goats, etc.) is a simple thing with this national, city by city listing of your local livestock veterinarians. Here are several examples:

 

Q: How do I find livestock vets in Helena, MT who specialize in animals found here on the farm?
A: Click on "By Your Location" (left column) then "Montana" for a listing of horse and cattle veterinarians near you.

 

Q: Calving season is coming up and I need to look up a cattle vet in Alabama.
A: For your local DVMs, follow the city-by-city links below to see large animal doctors in Alabama offering breeding and other reproductive services.

 

Q: I've recently adopted several mustangs. These horses need worming, shots, the works. How can I get contact info for nearby horse doctors in Alabama?
A: Thousands of vets, for cattle, equine, goats and sheep, are listed on these pages. To find horse vets in Texas, for instance, simply visit "By Your Location > Texas."

 

 

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Your city-by-city listing, locate Ranch Vets in Alabama:

 

Athens Auburn Boaz DOTHAN
Elmore Montgomery NORTHPORT Pelham
Pike Road

 

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One thing to keep in mind when doing that exercise is that you need to keep your hands moving smoothly and slowly. Take it at a walk when you first begin; hold off on applying speed until both you and your horse understand the correct steps. Later, when you can pick up one rein and your horse quickly stops moving the shoulder on the same side and pivots his rear (a "turn on fore," thank you), then you've got the exercise nailed.

Today we'll take a cue from that last lesson. We're going to move the horse's hip again, but we'll keep moving through it, no stopping your forward motion this time.

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