- Daily grooming
- Riding (if needed) by owner authorization
- Daily tacking/un-tacking
- Daily tack cleaning
- Mane pulling/trimming
- Clipping of ears, muzzle, lower legs
- Sheath cleaning
New England Equine Practice has been serving the veterinary medical needs of Patterson horses for over 40 years. Experienced in all types of medical and surgical conditions.
Miller & Associates is driven by the belief that successful treatment starts with a precise diagnosis. For more than 15 years, the veterinarians at Miller & Associates have followed this pursuit and employ state-of-the-art technologies, combined with commonsense horsemanship, to help horses lead happier and healthier lives.
Our services include the latest technologies combined with traditional treatments to insure each patient receives the utmost in care. Whether the need is acupuncture, chiropractics, dentistry, radiology, advanced wound care, rehabilitative therapy, sports medicine or nutrition.
Carl is the founder and practice owner of New York Equine. After graduating from Ohio State University in 1978, he worked at Belmont and Aqueduct Racetracks and at private farms on Long Island with another equine veterinarian. He started his own practice in 1987, and has earned the respect of many for his knowledge and experience in sports medicine and chiropractic care for horses.
Dr. Durnin is the owner and practitioner of Long Island Mobile Veterinary Services. She is a 1994 Graduate of Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine and has practiced both small and large animal care and emergency medicine on Long Island for over 20 years. She is certified by the National Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners in New York, Florida and Kentucky.
Key Burns is a clinical human, equine and canine body worker who combines multiple healing modalities with medical intuitiveness. Key is a Reiki Master in the Usui System of Natural Healing and Karuna schools and she has practiced actively for the past 15 years. A nationally certified clinical massage therapist and licensed in many states including NY, she has more than 2,500 hours of education in the field of massage and kinesiology in addition to over 20 years of hands-on work with humans and animals. She focuses her practice on horses, humans and dogs and specializes in the unique relationship between horse and rider and dog and handler.
Frank Urraro III has been a Lifelong Suffolk County resident and horseman. He spent his early formative years at Rice Farms in Huntington before attending horseshoeing school at California Poly. at San Luis Obispo. He served his apprenticeship before and after his Military service in Vietnam. Since then he has been in continuous service to Long Islands discerning horse owners. He has been a long standing member of the American Farriers Association. He has successfully trained several of Long Islands top practicing Farriers and for the past several years, with great pride, he has been practicing his craft with his son Frank IV.
Frank Urraro IV has been shoeing horses on Long Island alongside his father (Frank Urraro III, CF) since 2005. In the spring of 2007 he graduated from the Cornell Farrier Program where he studied under Michael Wildenstein, CJF, FWCF (Hons). A few years later, in 2012, he passed the three part Certified Farrier (CF) exam for the American Farrier’s Association (AFA). Following that (in 2014) he passed the Certified Tradesman Farrier (CTF) exam for which he earned 2 AFA National High Point Awards. In the near future he hopes to pass the AFA’s highest exam and become Certified Journeyman Farrier (CJF).