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Equine reproduction: Veterinarians John Ismay & Jared Janke share expertise

Courtesy photo/Sturgis Veterinary Hospital"The causes of reproductive failure or infertility in horses includes a long list of problems that may be of mare or stallion origin," says John Ismay, DVM, owner and veterinary practitioner at the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital.

There are many factors to consider when breeding horses. Two leading veterinarians on the topic answered questions for us – John Ismay, DVM, and Jared Janke, DVM, DACVIM, LA, both of the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital in Sturgis, SD.

Ismay attended Colorado State University (CSU), where he graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1971. Upon graduation, he started working at the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital and purchased the clinic from founder J.A. Chamley, DVM, in 1972.

Having a background and a special interest in equine practice, Ismay has taken advanced training in abdominal surgery, arthroscopy, laparoscopy and dentistry throughout his career. Along with his studies, he recruited others to help build a strong equine referral practice, which now includes Jason Mez, DVM, who joined the Equine Center in 2007 as a specialist in equine surgery; and Jared Janke, DVM, who joined the practice as an equine internal medicine specialist in 2008.

Janke is a board-certified large animal internal medicine specialist and a native South Dakotan. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University and board certification from the American College of Veterinary Medicine, following his post-doctorate training at the Southwest Equine Medical and Surgical Center in Scottsdale, AZ and residency at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

The Sturgis Veterinary Hospital’s Equine Center has grown to offer specialized services in medicine and surgery, with a vision to provide a regional, specialized veterinary facility to meet the needs of the patients, referring veterinarians, clients and community.

There are many factors to consider when breeding horses. Two leading veterinarians on the topic answered questions for us – John Ismay, DVM, and Jared Janke, DVM, DACVIM, LA, both of the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital in Sturgis, SD.

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Ismay attended Colorado State University (CSU), where he graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1971. Upon graduation, he started working at the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital and purchased the clinic from founder J.A. Chamley, DVM, in 1972.

Having a background and a special interest in equine practice, Ismay has taken advanced training in abdominal surgery, arthroscopy, laparoscopy and dentistry throughout his career. Along with his studies, he recruited others to help build a strong equine referral practice, which now includes Jason Mez, DVM, who joined the Equine Center in 2007 as a specialist in equine surgery; and Jared Janke, DVM, who joined the practice as an equine internal medicine specialist in 2008.

Janke is a board-certified large animal internal medicine specialist and a native South Dakotan. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University and board certification from the American College of Veterinary Medicine, following his post-doctorate training at the Southwest Equine Medical and Surgical Center in Scottsdale, AZ and residency at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

The Sturgis Veterinary Hospital’s Equine Center has grown to offer specialized services in medicine and surgery, with a vision to provide a regional, specialized veterinary facility to meet the needs of the patients, referring veterinarians, clients and community.

There are many factors to consider when breeding horses. Two leading veterinarians on the topic answered questions for us – John Ismay, DVM, and Jared Janke, DVM, DACVIM, LA, both of the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital in Sturgis, SD.

Ismay attended Colorado State University (CSU), where he graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1971. Upon graduation, he started working at the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital and purchased the clinic from founder J.A. Chamley, DVM, in 1972.

Having a background and a special interest in equine practice, Ismay has taken advanced training in abdominal surgery, arthroscopy, laparoscopy and dentistry throughout his career. Along with his studies, he recruited others to help build a strong equine referral practice, which now includes Jason Mez, DVM, who joined the Equine Center in 2007 as a specialist in equine surgery; and Jared Janke, DVM, who joined the practice as an equine internal medicine specialist in 2008.

Janke is a board-certified large animal internal medicine specialist and a native South Dakotan. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University and board certification from the American College of Veterinary Medicine, following his post-doctorate training at the Southwest Equine Medical and Surgical Center in Scottsdale, AZ and residency at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

The Sturgis Veterinary Hospital’s Equine Center has grown to offer specialized services in medicine and surgery, with a vision to provide a regional, specialized veterinary facility to meet the needs of the patients, referring veterinarians, clients and community.

There are many factors to consider when breeding horses. Two leading veterinarians on the topic answered questions for us – John Ismay, DVM, and Jared Janke, DVM, DACVIM, LA, both of the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital in Sturgis, SD.

Ismay attended Colorado State University (CSU), where he graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1971. Upon graduation, he started working at the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital and purchased the clinic from founder J.A. Chamley, DVM, in 1972.

Having a background and a special interest in equine practice, Ismay has taken advanced training in abdominal surgery, arthroscopy, laparoscopy and dentistry throughout his career. Along with his studies, he recruited others to help build a strong equine referral practice, which now includes Jason Mez, DVM, who joined the Equine Center in 2007 as a specialist in equine surgery; and Jared Janke, DVM, who joined the practice as an equine internal medicine specialist in 2008.

Janke is a board-certified large animal internal medicine specialist and a native South Dakotan. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University and board certification from the American College of Veterinary Medicine, following his post-doctorate training at the Southwest Equine Medical and Surgical Center in Scottsdale, AZ and residency at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

The Sturgis Veterinary Hospital’s Equine Center has grown to offer specialized services in medicine and surgery, with a vision to provide a regional, specialized veterinary facility to meet the needs of the patients, referring veterinarians, clients and community.

There are many factors to consider when breeding horses. Two leading veterinarians on the topic answered questions for us – John Ismay, DVM, and Jared Janke, DVM, DACVIM, LA, both of the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital in Sturgis, SD.

Ismay attended Colorado State University (CSU), where he graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1971. Upon graduation, he started working at the Sturgis Veterinary Hospital and purchased the clinic from founder J.A. Chamley, DVM, in 1972.

Having a background and a special interest in equine practice, Ismay has taken advanced training in abdominal surgery, arthroscopy, laparoscopy and dentistry throughout his career. Along with his studies, he recruited others to help build a strong equine referral practice, which now includes Jason Mez, DVM, who joined the Equine Center in 2007 as a specialist in equine surgery; and Jared Janke, DVM, who joined the practice as an equine internal medicine specialist in 2008.

Janke is a board-certified large animal internal medicine specialist and a native South Dakotan. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University and board certification from the American College of Veterinary Medicine, following his post-doctorate training at the Southwest Equine Medical and Surgical Center in Scottsdale, AZ and residency at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

The Sturgis Veterinary Hospital’s Equine Center has grown to offer specialized services in medicine and surgery, with a vision to provide a regional, specialized veterinary facility to meet the needs of the patients, referring veterinarians, clients and community.

editor’s note: for additional advice or information on your equine breeding program, contact ismay and janke at http://www.sturgisvethospital.vetsuite.com/templates/clean.aspx.

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