Date: 4th April 2017 at 00:00
A Rossdales Hertfordshire Live event for clients and friends with horses diagnosed with Equine Cushing’s Disease.
Rossdales Hertfordshire, in association with Boehringer Ingleheim, is delighted to stage a special Rossdales Hertfordshire Live event. The event on Tuesday, 4th April 2017, is to assist our clients and friends who have horses that have been diagnosed with Equine Cushing’s Disease.
Veterinary medicines regulations determine that for this special evening we may only invite owners and carers of horses and ponies which have been diagnosed with Equine Cushing’s Disease and which are currently being treated with the medication Prascend®.
This will prove to be a unique Rossdales Hertfordshire Live event, on a smaller scale and with a light buffet supper followed by a presentation to increase understanding of:
- What a diagnosis of Equine Cushing’s Disease means for your horse and you
- What to expect from drug treatment for the condition
- Management options to keep your horse and pony healthy and happy
- Getting the best from your horse with Equine Cushing’s Disease now and in the future
The event is about you and your horse – there will be lots of opportunity for discussion with our veterinary team, representatives from Boehringer Ingelheim and other owners. We hope that the sharing of knowledge and understanding will help everybody.
In order that everybody attending can get the most from this special evening, we are limiting numbers and early registration is vital to ensure your place. Book your place by emailing the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01462 790221.
Understanding Equine Cushing’s Disease
A Rossdales Hertfordshire Live event
7pm – Tuesday 4 April 2017 – Stevenage Novotel, Knebworth Park SG1 2AX
(just off the roundabout at junction 7 of A1M)
Admission is free, but places are strictly limited to clients and friends with horses diagnosed with Equine Cushing’s Disease, and prior registration is essential to ensure your name is on the guest list.
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