Army Reserve veterinarians help horses in need

10/5/2011 | Courier-News (Elgin, Ill.), The

Veterinarians from the U.S. Army Reserve in Illinois found a way to combine needed large-animal training with philanthropy through a partnership with a nonprofit that provides physical rehabilitation and other care for horses that have been neglected. Their work helps defray medical care costs for the Hooved Animal Humane Society, where veterinary bills often hit $10,000 a month.

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