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The Unwanted Horse Coalition Elects Vice-Chair

WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 26, 2009 – The Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) is pleased to announce that Douglas G. Corey, DVM will serve as Vice-Chairman. The members of the Coalition chose Dr. Corey during their meeting on June 15th 2009.

Dr. Corey has been an active member of the Coalition since its inception, serving on the Steering Committee. He is also a member of the American Horse Council’s Equine Welfare Committee.

Dr. Corey is a partner at the Associated Veterinary Medical Center, a six-person mixed animal practice located in Walla Walla, Washington. In 2007, he served as the 53rd president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). He has taken on many responsibilities within the AAEP, including serving as chairman for the Research, Public Relations, Membership, Equine Welfare and 50th Anniversary committees. Dr. Corey is a past president and board member of the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association and was honored as the 1997 Oregon Veterinarian of the Year.

Within the equine community, Dr. Corey has devoted much of his attention to the unwanted horse issue and other horse welfare issues. Through the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), he helped develop minimum care guidelines for rodeo livestock as well as other welfare rules and guidelines for the PRCA. He has served on the Advisory Council to the PRCA on Animal Welfare for over 25 years and has chaired the organization’s Veterinary Advisory Committee. Dr. Corey has also served as the chairman of the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Animal Welfare Committee. He serves as the National Final Rodeo’s On Call veterinarian for media relations each year.

“The UHC is truly honored to have someone with his experience help lead the Coalition in their mission to reduce the number of unwanted horses through education,” said UHC Chair Dr. Tom Lenz.

The Unwanted Horse Coalition

The mission of the Unwanted Horse Coalition is to reduce the number of unwanted horses and improve their welfare through education and the efforts of organizations committed to the health, safety and responsible care and disposition of these horses. The UHC grew out of the Unwanted Horse Summit, which was organized by the American Association of Equine Practitioners and held in conjunction with the American Horse Council’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C., in April 2005. The summit was held to bring key stakeholders together to start a dialogue on the unwanted horse in America. Its purpose was to develop consensus on the most effective way to work together to address the issue. In June 2006, the UHC was folded into the AHC and now operates under its auspices.

 

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