Rainbow Meadows Rescue to Hold Gelding Clinic April 22
Winfield, KS-The folks at Rainbow Meadows Rescue and Retirement believe every horse should get the chance to live a happy, healthy life. The best way to achieve that is through proper medical care, including regular vaccinations and simple medical procedures to help stave off conditions while they are still small. To that end, the equine rescue group, in partnership with the City of Winfield and the Unwanted Horse Coalition will be holding a vaccination, castration and minor procedure clinic on Saturday, April 22.
Operation Gelding will be held at the Winfield Fairgrounds located on 1105 W 9th St in Winfield. The clinic will begin at 10 a.m. Local veterinarian Jason Kiser, DVM, has generously donated his services to perform free castrations, as well as many discount services including vaccinations, Coggins and wolf teeth removals. Certain limitations apply.
The clinic is open to the public. No income or geographical requirements are necessary. Advanced registration is required. Organizers ask that anyone interested in having their horse(s) seen call Kimi Wahl at (620) 330-7674 for details. The group is eager to see as many people (and their horses) attend the clinic as possible, but the veterinarian reserves the right to refuse service if he feels the patient is not healthy enough to tolerate the procedure in question.
The Operation Gelding clinic is just one of a number of projects and programs Rainbow Meadows holds each year in support of their mission to rescue neglected and abandoned horses. The public should be aware the ranch is holding the clinic as a public service-not as a fundraiser. Donations of any kind to support their work are welcome and appreciated.
For more information about the rescue, its program, and the lovely horses up for adoption, visit their website at www.rainbowmeadowsranch.com.
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