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Rocky Mountain Equine Clinic
Amputating a horse’s leg and replacing it with a prosthetic is expensive and, even if successful, leaves a horse unable to be worked or ridden again.
Veterinarian Ted Vlahos checks a digital X-ray at Rocky Mountain Equine Hospital, a new facility in Billings.
Veterinarian and equine surgeon Ted Vlahos and his wife and assistant, Cathy Vlahos, X-ray a horse’s leg as Tina Hillyard holds the lead at Rocky Mountain Equine Hospital at White Aspen Ranch.
A portable digital X-ray unit takes a snapshot of a horse’s knee at Rocky Mountain Equine Hospital.
A sign welcomes visitors to Billings’ newest horse care facility.
Rocky Mountain Equine Hospital at White Aspen Ranch in West Billings off of King Avenue West and 56th Street West.
Vlahos uses a digital X-ray machine to see any potential problems in a mare’s knee.
Ted Vlahos, doctor of veterinary medicine and a specialized surgeon, leads a Swedish warmblood back to her stall at Rocky Mountain Equine Hospital, which opened in January at White Aspen Ranch on 56th Street West near King Avenue West.