Dr. Matt Woodington - Woodington Veterinary
Lecture at the Idaho Horse Park:
On Saturday March 24th we will be discussing conditions such as EHV-1 and 4 (herpes/rhino) and how they have impacted the horse industry.
Prevention, diagnostics and treatment along with biosecurity precautions the average horse owner can use to protect their animals.
Other wellness topics including vaccinations and deworming.
After the lecture we will be offering vaccinations and coggins (testing for Equine Infectious Anemia) at a discounted rate. We will be avoiding the cost of farm calls or office visits by completing these procedures at the horse park on this day.
Cost of procedures:
Dr. Woodington was born and raised in the Treasure Valley. He attended Meridian High School and was active in the Meridian FFA Chapter. He was the Idaho FFA State Vice President in 2003-2004 while he studied Animal Science at the University of Idaho. He graduated with his DVM Degree from Oklahoma State University in 2009. In 2009 and 2010 he completed an Equine Medicine and Surgery Internship at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. This led him back to Idaho to start Woodington Veterinary, where he purchased Lakeside Veterinary from the living legend, Dr. Charles Lange. It is now Woodington Veterinary in Eagle and serves Eagle and the greater Treasure Valley area. A large portion of his business is equine, however he also works on dogs, cats, and a small number of cattle. Most of his large animal clients are based on a farm call system. He also cares for a large percentage of the race horses at Les Bois Park in Boise. They are a developing practice that is attempting to get up to date with the newest technology. Their most recent development is purchasing a digital radiograph (x-ray) machine that is 100% portable and can take radiographs on the farm and have instant results on the farm.
In his spare time (which is rare) Dr. Woodington is an avid college football fan, enjoys golfing and riding horses. Dr. Woodington loves to be in the mountains either on horseback or camping.
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