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Chloe - Foal Poitou Donkey Filly

Hospitalized for 3 weeks, Chloe required
several blood transfusions, antibiotics, and
fl uids to treat her anemia, diarrhea, and
pneumonia. More

Casper - 20-year-old Quarter Horse Gelding

Casper came to Cornell exhibiting signs
of abdominal pain. After a variety of tests
returned with normal results, Casper was
set to go home. More

Bert - Weanling Saddlebred Colt

Registered as For Those Who Wait, this foal is more commonly known as “Bert,” named after Dr. Gilbert from the Theriogenology Service. More

Reggie - 22-year-old Thoroughbred Gelding

Reggie (right) came to Cornell following
two episodes of liver disease and colic. More

Jägermeister - 7-year-old Hanoverian Gelding

Jägermeister (left) came to Cornell after
slipping and lacerating a major tendon and
bursa of his hind leg. More

Comet and Dixie

Comet (left) suffered from recurrent episodes of bloat. Dixie (right) was injured while calving. More