Mark your calendars!

Dr. Kellon’s “Tis The Season” 2-for-1 Course Sale.
From Nov. 16, 2018 to Jan. 15, 2019.
Register for one course, and take another course of the same length for no additional fee.
Full details at http://drkellon.com/tistheseason.html
–Dr. Kellon’s NRC Plus, Reading Radiographs, and Cushing’s/IR Courses fulfill requirements for PHCP Students.
–PHCP members receive Elective and Continuing Education credits for all of Dr. Kellon’s online courses.
The Smart Way To Feed Horses Webinar with Carol Layton
Jan 19 and Jan 26, 2019 at 12-3pm NY/9-12pm LA.
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Beginning & Advanced Anatomy with Paige Poss &
Booting, Power Tools and Casting with Jeannean Mercuri
in Tuscon, AZ
February 22-24, 2019.
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Founder/Laminitis for the Beginner Professional Webinar with Jeannean Mercuri
Feb 17, 2019 7:00pm NY / 4:00pm LA
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Starting Your Hoof Care Business Webinar with Jon Smedley
March 20, 2019 at 5:00pm LA / 8:00pm NY
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The Business of Booting Webinar with Jon Smedley
March 27, 2019 at 5:00pm LA / 8:00pm NY
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Nic Barker hands-on clinic In NY.
April 6, 2019.

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Anatomy, Booting, Casting and Power Tools in Ridge, NY with Jeannean Mercuri
June 2019 Dates TBA
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Beginning Diet & Lifestyle on-line course, Required

Oats
  1. Natural diet and lifestyle vs. domestication
  2. Basic Nutrition
    • Digestion
    • protein
    • carbohydrates
    • fat
    • minerals
    • vitamins
  3. NRC Guidelines – a brief summary
  4. How diet and lifestyle affect hooves and health
    • Recognizing the signs of insulin resistance
    • Nutritional Factors Affecting Hoof Health
  5. Evaluating a ration
    • Hay
    • Pasture
    • Concentrates and supplements
    • Salt and electrolytes
  6. How to Read a Feed Label
    • Doing the math
  7. Forage Analysis – putting it all together

Download:
PowerPoint
or PDF version.


Booting and Shoe Removal Clinic, Required

Some of the things you will learn during this clinic include:
– the various methods of shoe removal for ease and comfort to both horse and trimmer
– how to fit and use a wide variety of boots including all of the EasyCare boots, Renegades, Soft Rides, Cavallo, etc. based on performance or rehab needs
– how and when to use hoof casting and Vettec products
– which padding options to utilize for various pathologies and rehab needs
– how to perform modifications and repairs to boots
– pricing and stocking your boot inventory
-Cost $150
(This clinic is approved for 8 PHCP Educational or Continuing Education credits)

Currently scheduled dates:

Feb 22, 2019 in Tuscon, AZ with Jeannean Mercuri
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June, 2019 Dates TBA in Long Island, NY with Jeannean Mercuri
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Anatomy Clinic, Required

– Preserved specimens and bones will be examined, followed by trimming and dissections of cadaver legs.
– Common pathology will be discussed.
– Cost $150.
(This clinic is approved for 8 PHCP Educational or Continuing Education credits)

Currently scheduled dates:

Feb 23, 2019 in Tuscon, AZ with Paige Poss
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June, 2019 Dates TBA in Long Island, NY with Jeannean Mercuri
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  • One Reading Radiographs Clinic and One Advanced Nutrition Clinic are Required.
  • Each Student must also take a minimum of two Elective Clinics.
    • Elective Clinics may be taken at any time during the Training Program.
    • (Note–If you attend, or are planning to attend, a clinic that we do not have listed below, you can submit a request for approval to have it counted as an Elective Clinic)

Radiograph Clinic, Required (Pre-requisite: Anatomy Clinic)

Radiograph


“Basics of Reading Radiographs” online course with Dr. Kellon. Register at www.drkellon.com
(This online course is approved for 12 PHCP Educational or Continuing Education credits)


Advanced Nutrition Course, Required

Choose from:

“NRC Plus”online course with Dr. Kellon. Register at www.drkellon.com
(This online course is approved for 12 PHCP Educational or Continuing Education credits)
OR
“The Smart Way to Feed Horses”
A two-part webinar taught by Carol Layton, B.Sc M.Ed
Click here for more info.
(This online course is approved for 6 PHCP Educational or Continuing Education credits)
Currently scheduled dates:

Feb 2019, Dates TBA.
 

PHCP Elective Clinics: