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Anyone in VA? The Stafford/Spotsylvania Co?

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    01-25-2009, 06:45 PM
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Anyone in VA? The Stafford/Spotsylvania Co?

I'm looking for a good vet and farrier in the area up there. My husband is moving there February 3rd with Max so I need to find someone up there.

We're having everything done here that needs to be done so we have some time to look up there for a good vet and farrier

If anyone lives in that area or knows of someone in that area please let me know!
     
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    01-25-2009, 06:56 PM
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I do. I can give you the name of my farrier. I LOVE HIM. I can give you the goods on several local vets too, depending on what you are looking for. I use Old Waterloo Equine, they have a website if you google them. If you need someone a little more affordable, I used Doc P for about 10 years. I love him, he's just a one man show and I wanted more....

Do you have a house yet? Where will you be boarding? My sons name is Max... funny...
     

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