Changing of the Reins

To all of our friends and clients of Hardaway Veterinary Hospital,

We have always taken pride in excellent patient care provided by our doctors and other wonderful team members.  We are announcing that Dr. Tami Parrott will be leaving our regular rotation as of October 6th 2017 in order to focus on teaching at Montana State University and chiropractic work.  Although not part of our ongoing staff, Dr. Parrott has graciously offered to assist us when she has availability.  Although we will miss Dr. Parrott, we know she is close by and still involved in the education and training field that is so important to her.

In the interim, we have retained the services of Dr. Racquel Lindroth.  A 1995 graduate from Colorado State University (CSU), Dr. Lindroth brings forward equine practice experience of more than twenty years.  She interned at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY as well as the Equine Reproduction Lab at CSU.  She then operated her own practice for many years in northern Colorado.  Dr. Lindroth has also enjoyed clinical teaching positions at CSU, the University of Queensland and currently teaches at Montana State University.  Her areas of interest include care of performance horses and equine reproduction.  Horses have always been an important part of her life and she is delighted to be a contributing member of the Hardaway Veterinary team.

 

With the addition of Dr. Lindroth, we now have five practitioners that are available to you 24/7 for all of your equine needs.

We look forward to answering any questions you have about this transition, and also to answer any questions you may have about the health and nutrition status of your horse going into this Fall and Winter season.  Please call us at 406-388-8387 or click here for all of your equine needs.

Our best regards,

Dr. Gordon Hardaway, Dr. Tami Parrott, and Dr. Racquel Lindroth