Jon Ottun and "Nick"
FALL 2013
In This Issue
Megan and her Family
Meet Megan - Our New Receptionist!

As you enter the front door of Montana Equine or call on the phone this fall you will see a new face and hear a new voice.  We are eager to introduce Megan Rae Triplett to you as our new receptionist.  Megan is excited to join the team and is looking forward to helping you meet both you and your horses needs at Montana Equine!
Problematic Puncture - smaller than a finger tip!

Wounds: It's not necessarily the size!

  "But Doc, it was just a small puncture."


There are many wounds that you as a horse owner can easily manage on your own. One point to remember is that it's NOT necessarily the SIZE of the wound, but rather the LOCATION of the wound that causes a potential performance limiting, career ending situation for your horse.
Does your horse need a dental?

Recent research indicates that routine dental work on your horse can enable your horse to chew its food better, in turn allowing for increased digestibility of nutrients in hay. This is true even for those horses that show no outward signs of chewing trouble and are in good body condition. In the long run, a dental exam will not only make your horse's mouth feel better, it can also save you money on the hay bill!
FREE dental 
  in November with   Montana Equine
Call today to schedule your horse's
         dental appointment!!   
Offer Valid November 1, 2013 - November 30, 2013. 
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