Have you noticed changes in your horse's gait? Are they showing signs of fatigue or are disinterested in exercising? Equine laminitis is inflammation of the sensitive and insensitive laminae in ho ...View Article
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Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Herbert Burns is the owner of Pine Bush Equine. Dr. Burns graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He is the staff veterinarian at Blue Chip Farms and also sees appointments here at the Pine Bush Equine clinic. His interests include reproduction, surgery and lameness. In his spare time, Herb enjoys spending time with his daughters, golfing and watching his Standardbred horses race.
Dr. Jake Kiefer graduated from Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and completed his one-year internship at Pine Bush Equine in 2014. He remained with us after his internship and enjoys all facets of ambulatory medicine, including reproduction and lameness. His interests include harness racing, hunting, fishing, and spending time with his Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Kobe.
Associate Dr. Jared Voge attended veterinary school at Iowa StateUniversity and completed a one year surgical, medical, and ambulatoryinternship at Southwest Equine Hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona. Following hisinternship, he completed a two year residency program in Equine Theriogenologyat Texas A&M University. In August2015, he became a board certified reproductive specialist. Jared enjoys allfacets of equine reproduction especially embryo transfer, oocyte aspiration,and problem mare and stallion management. In his spare time, Jared enjoyswatching sports, attending horse shows, and spending time with his wife (Lindsay)and son (Carter).
Dr. Dinah Skorich attended veterinary school at North Carolina State University and completed a one year surgical and ambulatory internship at Ocala Equine Hospital, as well a 6 month course in Equine Acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Florida. Her interests include surgery, lameness, acupuncture, and ultrasonography of the performance horse. In her free time, she enjoys running, music, riding, and spending time with her zoo of two dogs, three cats and three horses.
Dr. Nutt attended veterinary school at North Carolina State University, completed a one-year internship in medicine, surgery, and lameness at a sport horse hospital in Virginia, then worked at an equine referral hospital in the San Francisco Bay area. Her special interests include emergency medicine, internal medicine, and ophthalmology. Her free time is spent riding, running, and gardening.