BVEH is committed to offering the same high level of care whether routine or emergency and without regard to the setting the care is being provided – clinic, field, event or training facility. BVEH is able to do this through the exceptional staff, advanced technology and the pairing of both in remote locations.
With access to digital x-rays, ultrasound and endoscopy remotely, we can even further understand and observe the horse in its native state providing even better diagnosis and plan of action.
If there was a textbook about how to enter veterinary medicine, Dr. Ricky Osterloh would be on the cover. He grew up in a small, agriculture-focused town where the cattle and horses far outnumbered the people. “I didn’t know that I was going to be a veterinarian at that time, but every job I had [+] Read More
Dr. Beau Whitaker grew up around horses on his family’s farm outside of Nashville, Tennessee. His father was the head of the equine program at Middle Tennessee State University, but Dr. Beau will tell you he had trouble deciding what he wanted to do when he was going through college himself. In fact, it wasn’t [+] Read More
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