David Sauter D.V.M.

David Sauter D.V.M.

Dave Sauter is a Minnesota native and graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1987. Following graduation he interned at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. After this internship, he continued to work exclusively with horses for another five years in Kentucky before moving out West and joining Kulshan Veterinary Hospital in Lynden, WA. He is a member of the AAEP, AVMA and the WSVMA. For more information about Kulshan Veterinary Hospital call 360-354-5095 or email drkulshan@msn.com. www.KulshanVet.com

  • Equine Wellness
    Keeping Your Senior Horse Healthy

    Be Prepared for the Predictable Changes of Aging by Dr. David Sauter DVM   Horses are living...

  • Equine Wellness
    Equine Wellness Exam

    Annual Veterinary Visit Can Improve Overall Health by David Sauter, DVM   An annual wellness examination by...

  • Equine Wellness
    Equine Rabies

    Vaccination Prevents This Fatal Disease by David Sauter, DVM   Rabies is a fatal viral disease and...

  • Equine Wellness
    Treating Wounds

    First Do No Harm by Dave Sauter, DVM   Diligent horse owners can help prevent serious injuries...

  • Equine Wellness
    You Can Help Prevent Colic

    10 Considerations to Reduce the Risk by Dave Sauter, DVM   Colic is one of those words...

  • Ask The Experts
    Managing Toed-in Conformation?

    Q: Hi, I’m just wondering whether you would mind explaining how toed-in conformation in a horse can...

  • Equine Wellness
    The Equine First Aid Kit

    A Well Equipped Kit Can Save the Day by Dave Sauter, DVM With over 350 breeds of...

  • Equine Wellness
    The Do’s and Don’ts of Colic

    Knowing the Symptoms and Risk Factors Could Save Your Horse by Dave Sauter, DVM   Colic simply...

  • Equine Wellness
    West Nile Virus on the Rise!

    Protect Your Horse from a Deadly Disease by Dave Sauter, DVM   Now is not the time...

  • Equine Wellness
    Too Fat or Too Thin?

    How to Evaluate Your Horse’s Body Condition by Dave Sauter, DVM   There is something very pleasant,...