Dr Kellon VMD is one of a handful of experts in the field of applications of nutraceuticals for horses. She is an authority in the field of equine nutrition as well as conditions affecting performance horses.
Dr. Kellon is the co-owner of the over 12,000 member Cushing’s and Insulin Resistance Group on Yahoo. This group has literally helped thousands of horses and their owners manage their cushiness and insulin resistant horses. This group is at the forefront of evidence based research into how to manage these horses to prevent laminitis.
She is owner of Equine Nutritional Solutions, a nutritional consulting firm which also hosts 16 online courses on nutrition and horse care. It was over 8 years ago now that we found these courses and discovered the revelation of her constant and untiring determination to help the horse owners of the world learn how to optimise the health of their horses.
Her work has led to unique nutraceutical approaches for horses with skin and respiratory allergies, degenerative as well as injury related tendon and ligament problems, chronic laminitis and performance issues. Dr Kellon is past veterinary and contributing editor to John Lyons Perfect Horse and Horse Journal magazines, has written 8 books and thousands of articles on equine nutrition, care and health issues.
We travelled to Oregon, to the No Laminitis Conference 2013 and met Dr Kellon. It was a privilege to meet the woman who has helped so much in our search to regain the health of our horses, read about our journey here.
Dr Kellon routinely writes four to six articles a month. A prolific writer, her articles have appeared in magazines such as The Chronicle of The Horse, Hoofbeats, Practical Horseman, Equus, Horse Journal, and John Lyons Perfect Horse. She has written over 1500 magazine articles, most concerning nutrition.
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