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Applied Equine Podiatrist

Siobhan Dillon
ADAEP, MIAEP, BHSAI & Int. SM

Shoeless foot care for horses

tel: 078180 63222    email: siobhan_dillon@hotmail.com

Healthy hoof and foot

Applied Equine Podiatry is:

    ‘The essence of Applied Equine Podiatry is the conscientious study of the equine foot, always striving to expose it to proper environmental stimuli, making every effort to promote proper structure and function, as we progress in achieving high performance.’    (K.C. La Pierre, ‘The Chosen Road’)

I have been qualified with the Institute of Applied Equine Podiatry since December 2006.  Since then I have trimmed and managed the hoof welfare of horses in England, France and Sweden. I work predominantly in the UK Midlands, (Leicestershire, Nottingham, Derby, West Midlands, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, South Yorks) but can visit further afield if required. Please call or email to discuss your horse’s feet and to make an appointment.

heuschmann150Gerd Heuschmann at Derby College
22nd & 23rd July and
and 30th September & 1st October 2017

Training workshop with Gert Heuschmann, professional trainer, rider and veterinarian who trained and taught at the German Riding School in Warendorf.  There are opportunities to bring your horse for a lesson or to come just to watch how Gert trains a variety of horses and riders.

The July course will include lectures and discussions on both days as well as lessons. See July flyer (jpg) >> for topics to be covered.

Tickets for spectatotors can be purchased on the door for 35.

Details and booking >>
 

Siobhan explaining the techniques of equine podiatryCourses for horse owners
I am qualified as a Licensed Instructor for the Institute of Applied Equine Podiatry and run courses to teach the theories of Applied Equine Podiatry and how they are applied to the management of the shoeless horse.  Details of courses and how to book >>

Laminitis can leave a horse or pony severely crippled and in pain. It can be prevented if the early signs are recognised. Read more about the early signs of laminitis >>

 

For a free discussion about your horse’s hooves or to make an appointment please email me on siobhan_dillon@hotmail.com
or phone on +44 (0)1530 440000 or +44 (0)78180 63222