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Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Harris graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in May of 1983. Following one year in a rural mixed-animal practice in southern Wisconsin, she moved to Phoenix, AZ to begin treating both small animal and equine patients. Our routine service area includes the northern Phoenix metro area from Rio Verde to Peoria and from Indian School Road to Anthem. On occasion other arrangements can be made if scheduled in advance. View our website for more information.
Loddon Engineering Ltd was founded in 1960 in the village of Loddon, Norfolk, England and has been fabricating top quality stalls along with other livestock equipment ever since. In the early 1970s Loddon became the first UK company to launch a range of internal stalls. For the past 40 years, the name ‘Loddon’ has become a generic name for this type of stabling. In January 2010 Loddon was bought by Camellia a global plc with over 75,000 employees and interests ranging from Engineering, Pharmaceuticals to Tea Plantations and Finance. This takeover has also provided Loddon Engineering Ltd with financial stability and security as well as an in-house galvanizing and powder coating facility. Loddon’s
A native of western Canada, Shannon’s art career began as a tribute to the working stock horse and has transpired toward the elegance of the Arabian equine world – a world steeped in history which Shannon captures and shares in her Polish Series and beyond. These inspirational paintings reflect admirable worldly steeds, rendered with contemporary style while still capturing the infinite, intense and dramatic details which have become Shannon’s recognizable trademark. Her loyal client audience in the fine art community enjoys both her acrylic and graphite renderings of these magnificent horses. Shannon’s art appears in Canadian and U.S. invitational shows. She enjoys