Experts Help Educate the Public About Animal First Aid

Equine experts and small animal veterinarians held a class recently in animal first aid to help address the lack of veterinary care on the Island.

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A Compassionate Approach to Equine End of Life Care

Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center has an older than average horse age than most organizations, said executive director Sarah McKay, because many of their animals come to them for retirement after reaching an age where owners can no longer care for them.

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Misty Meadows Fundraiser Brings Together Horse Lovers

On Monday night, Henry Louis (Skip) Gates Jr. engaged Tony Shalhoub in conversation during a fundraiser at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center in West Tisbury.

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Gates and Shalhoub Talk Horses

Dr. Henry Louis (Skip) Gates Jr. joins actor Tony Shalhoub on July 10 at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center for a conversation about Mr. Shalhoub's connection with horses.

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Dwindling Vineyard Vets Can't Keep Up With Pets

For more than three decades, Kirsten Sauter has been there for Vineyard pet owners. But last week, Dr. Sauter told her clients that she plans to retire and close her practice in April.

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Equine Emergency Health Clinic Highlights Lack of Island Services

Sherborn-based veterinarian Suzanne Loheac came to the Island last week to lead a class in emergency equine first aid at the Misty Meadows barn in West Tisbury.

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Learning Horse Sense at Misty Meadows

Inclusivity and horseback riding haven't always grazed in the same pasture.

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Not Going Out to Pasture Just Yet

Noble, an elder gentleman horse now at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center, always seems to find his way home.

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Community Horse Center Changes Name, Expands Mission

The Martha’s Vineyard Community Horse Center will soon become Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center.

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Martha's Vineyard Horse Center Gallops Forward

Thanks to a gift from Jerry and Carol Kenney, Misty Meadow farms in West Tisbury will transfer to a new nonprofit. And the Martha’s Vineyard Community Horse Center will be off and galloping.

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