Dr. Nick Moore
Nick Moore, DVM grew up with horses on a ranch in south-central Montana. His experience in training and shoeing horses led him to veterinary school at Colorado State University. Following graduation from veterinary school, he obtained advanced training in equine medicine and surgery by completing an internship at Arizona Equine Medical and Surgical Centre. For over a decade, Dr. Moore has been training, practicing, and teaching equine dentistry in the US and abroad. Today, Dr. Moore regularly travels across the USA to perform standing oral extractions and minimally invasive oral surgeries for referring veterinary practices. He also lectures and teaches equine dentistry and oral extractions several times a year. Having worked and trained as a farrier, Dr. Moore also has a strong interest in lameness and podiatry. He founded Moore Equine with the intention of providing state of the art equine medicine in a mobile setting. His primary interests are equine dentistry and equine sports medicine. He is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP).
Dr. Kendell Metcalf
Kendell Metcalf DVM grew up on a ranch northern central Oklahoma. He worked as a veterinary technician at Oakridge Equine Hospital in Edmond, OK for several years. Dr. Metcalf has extensive equine podiatry experience and has also worked as a farrier for the last 15 years. Following veterinary school, he completed an equine internship in medicine and surgery at Oakridge Equine Hospital. He recently joined Moore Equine Medical and Dental Services after working at Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery (ESMS) in Weatherford, Texas. Dr. Metcalf has furthered his veterinary education with extensive training in equine dentistry. He is also certified in traditional chinese acupuncture by the Chi Institute. He has received advanced training in equine chiropractic from Parker University in Dallas, TX. Dr. Metcalf’s veterinary interests include horse dentistry, podiatry and lameness, and the use of alternative therapies in conjunction with western medicine. In his free time, Dr. Metcalf enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, as well as fishing, hunting and carpentry.
Amanda was born and raised on a farm in Iowa. She has been a horse owner and lover all of her life. Amanda holds a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science, with a minor in equine management and business from South Dakota State University. Her experience as a veterinary technician brought her to Moore Equine in 2013. Amanda assists the veterinarians with medical care and treatments. She also helps Breigh with appointments and office workload. She is a knowledgeable technician and takes pride in helping your horses receive the best veterinary care possible. When she is not working on patients, Amanda spends time with her own horses. Her personal interests include barrel racing, team roping, and horse training.
Breigh is a native of Chandler, Arizona, where she grew up riding horses. She competed in dressage and hunter jumping for 6 years, before starting her career in the equine veterinary field. Breigh has been greeting horse owners with compassion and kindness for over 8 years. She will help you setting up appointment, and she is responsible for medical records and billing as well as other office duties. In her fee time, Breigh enjoys spending time with her husband and two children outdoors, either hiking, biking or fishing.
Julie is a native of Burgundy in France. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in journalism and computer mediated communication. She is responsible for the website, bookkeeping, and fixing computer issues around the office. In her free time, Julie enjoys playing with her 3 cats and dog, gardening and cooking.
Ying-Yang is the latest addition to the Moore Equine Team. Born on a horse property in Cedar Creek, she is now helping around the office. In her endless free time, Ying-Yang enjoys watching birds, sleeping on laps, and harassing the dog.