Archive of the website www.HorseDoc.org / Equine Notes.
What was HorseDoc.org?
It published easy-to-read articles on horses, veterinary health, breeding, equine care, disease, syndromes, and general ownership isssues.
Those articles were first published in the local newspaper The Daily Quill, every week under the column titled Equine Notes.
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The Animal Clinic and Equine Center
of equine veterinarian Dr. Robert L. Leonard, DVM, AAEP
Home of the archived issues of the weekly advice column on horse health,
"Equine Notes"

I have been writing a weekly newspaper column about horse health and care for the West Plains, Missouri The Daily Quill since the mid 1980s. Because I have had so many requests for back issues from horse owners and breeders in the Ozarks region, I thought it might be helpful to publish them on the internet. I asked Mark Rector of the Lazy R Ranch to design and publish this website. I understand it is a very large project, therefore it may take a while to get the hundreds of articles included.  I hope you will find these articles helpful.

     These articles were written for a regional newsaper, the West Plains, Missouri Daily Quill.  They are short topic discussions, because we only had a limited amount of column space available each week.
      I think they work pretty well, it doesn't take a long time to read them, and we hope you find it easy to find the topic you are looking for.

     Once the site is complete, you will have access to the thousands of hours of careful work I have put into these articles.
In these articles you will find
information about proper care and diet, common and unusual ailments, seasonal concerns, timely subjects, anecdotal illustrations and stories, and (hopefully) just good reading material for the horse enthusiast.

Help/Instructions page:  learn how to use the resources in this website.  I have tried to make it simple, I understand that this website should not be hard to use.
I absolutely hate complicated "Help" files that take forever to read: they don't help much! 


UPDATE: Effective immediately, the ACEC website (www.HorseDoc.org)  has closed. Dr. Leonard may be winding down his practice.

Archived Information:
Practice Specializing in Horses' Reproductive System and Breeding, and Embryo Transfer
Dr. Robert L. Leonard, DVM, AAEP
1376 CR 8490 West Plains, MO 65775
Phone:  (417) 256-9235
FAX:  (417) 256-7011
I have tried to make using this site simple, I understand that this website should not be hard to use (HELP).

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