Certified practitioners and mentors are required to complete a minimum of 10 continuing education credits each year. Click on a practitioner to view more details. When choosing any hoof care professional, it’s always a good idea to ask for references. You can search for a specific practitioner or location below.
My name is Kayleigh Hopkinson,
I began my journey into hoofcare in 2017. The most common pathology I see here in Utah is laminitis. I make sure me and the owner are on the same page with a plan for hoofcare and diet. Keeping on a schedule is important to me. I have completed one mentorship with Leslie Carrig.
The areas I service are: Salt lake, Utah, Morgan, Weber, Wasatch, and Davis counties.
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