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by Apryle VetMD
Apryle VetMD is Apryle Horbal, VMD.
Apryle VetMD believes veterinary medicine varies from helping pet owners become more knowledgeable about animals to improving the lives of work horses.
Apryle VetMD believes it is important to raise the profile and significance of veterinary medicine so that the public understands the importance of high quality animal healthcare.
Apryle VetMD subscribes to the concept of One Health, humans, pets, and the environment are all interconnected.
Apryle VetMD believes improved knowledge of specialty and board-certified qualifications is critical. Significant amounts of time and training are invested in becoming a veterinarian.
Apryle VetMD is an education advocate for pet and animal owners. Improved knowledge of animal owners empowers good decision-making regarding a pet’s health.
Apryle VetMD believes easy access to information is just one of several methods to improve veterinary services. Information will improve customer service and customer education among animal caregivers.
Apryle VetMD believes it is imperative for veterinarians to provide pet owners to receive high quality, evidence-based, technologically innovative medicine for animals locally. This effort will expedite and improve lab services and diagnostic methods available to raise the standard of diagnosis and care.
Apryle VetMD is passionate about stopping the mistreatment of working equids around the world. Improving the livelihood of people in developing countries by improving the quality and length of life of working horses and donkeys creates sustainable health programs for animals by training local veterinarians to provide long-term solutions and establish regular contact with animal owners.
Apryle VetMD is an advocate for improving the work life of veterinarians.
About Apryle Horbal, VMD
Apryle Horbal is an expert in equine dentistry. She is completing her Diploma from the European College of Veterinary Dentistry in the Equine Specialty.
Horbal has her Doctorate from University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
Horbal continues to conduct important research into the development of equine cheek teeth infundibulae, blood supply to the structures of the teeth during development, and maintenance of the vascular structures following eruption.
Horbal has presented to the European Congress of Veterinary Dentistry regarding computed tomography, micro-CT, and histopathological study of equine cheek teeth infundibular defects.
She presented to the BEVA/EVDC Research Symposium at the University of Bristol Titled: A CT and pathological study of equine cheek teeth infundibular defects
Horbal served as Veterinary Medical Officer for the United States Department of Agriculture – National Animal Health Emergency Response Corps.
Horbal has a BA in Biological Basis of Behavior, cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania College of Arts and Sciences.