Vet in North Texas?

Cindy Giovanetti

I looked at the Professionals list, but there is only one vet listed (in the whole world, LOL).

Can anyone recommend a vet in North Texas who is willing to help me follow the ECIR protocol?  My vet is cooperative, but apparently finds my requests for bloodwork tiresome.

Many thanks.
Cindy, Oden, and Eeyore, North Texas
On ECIR protocol since 2/19

Saucier Kathy

I recommend Dr. David Fazzino, Cold Springs Animal Hospital in Anna, TX.
I used to board in Celina and long time ago was my vet.  When my first horse became IR & C's he did the dex suppression test.  I educated him as i learned more from this group.  Later a friend, who also uses him, told me he had switched to the ACTH.  I gave him lots of literature way back then and he came around even back then to doing whatever test I asked but now does the preferred one and understands more of the protocol.  He is really nice and tell him I said hi.
Kathy Saucier
sorry can't remember my year joined
but promoting this group ever since!

LJ Friedman

hilarious  dr grove?  my vet  
LJ Friedman  Nov 2014 Vista,   Northern  San Diego, CA

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You many want to talk with  Dr. Sammy Pittman - Innovative Equine Podiatry in Collinsville, TX.   He is a Vet and a Farrier.   He will not find your requriements for Bloodwork  / Xrays, etc, bothersome.  A high percentage of his patients are IR/EMS/Cushings/Laminitics as he specializes in equine foot care (he does not provide general equine vet services).  
Joe S. in TX 2020

Cindy Giovanetti