EDPA Member Benefits...........

Why become an EDPA Member?

 

There are many benefits to being part of this organization:

 

~Become part of a Professional Community that helps promote the equine dental profession as well as the health and well being of the equine.

 

~Receive up to date information on the news in the field of equine dentistry thourgh our EDPA Monthly Newsletter.

 

~ Be listed as an approved EDPA Provider and be accessed by the thousands of visitors on our website.

 

~ The "go to" place to help you find resources and valuable information on certified and licesed providers for your horses.

 

~ Be Part of an orgnaization that provides Continuing Education Programs approved by the Texas State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners, Oklahoma State Veterinary Board and American Association of Veterinary State Boards/RACE.

 

~ Discounts on EDPA Certification and EDPA Continuing Education Fees.

 

~FREE Workshops for EDPA Members.

 

~ Gain access to resources of the EDPA and its members knowledge and professional experience when in need.

 

~ Special Vendor Discounts for EDPA Members.

 

JOIN THE EDPA TODAY!!!!!

 

Want to become a member because you like what we're about? Do you share the same interests and want to help?

 

Please Click Here for the EDPA Member Application or contact us. We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to our organization as soon as possible!

Dr Allen with Juston Hutchinson

 ONE OF MANY BENEFITS OF EDPA MEMBERSHIP  ​

 

A recent adventure showed me one of the benefits of being a member of the  EDPA. I had an accident which resulted in a fractured humerus of my right arm. Completely broke, all the way through, midway between my elbow and shoulder. I could not use my right arm, probably for approximately four months.

Lucky for me, I have some great friends in our EDPA. our President and my good friend, Carl Mitz, who kindly contacted​ Juston Hutchinson, and Becca Green to help me provide dental care for the several weeks of equine dental appointments that my wife/boss, Dawn, had scheduled for that time period.

 

I was the "supervising" veterinarian for the certified, licensed EDPA members that came to my rescue during the past few weeks (which sometimes meant that I was privileged to be able to learn some methods from the "techs" that I was "supervising")​.

 

I may have lost several clients without the assistance of these friends. 

Thanks again to Carl, Becca, and Juston!

 

Tom Allen, DVM, EDPA Certified