Courtnee Morton, DVM

Courtnee Morton, DVM

VETERINARIAN

Educations & Trainings

Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine 2017
Chi University 2021

Professional Memberships

AVMA, AAEP

Dr. Courtnee Morton

Dr. Courtnee Morton is a 2017 Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine graduate. Since graduation, she completed an equine internship and has been solely an equine practitioner. In 2021, Dr. Morton decided to follow her lifelong dream of starting her own mobile equine veterinary practice in a place her heart has always called “home,” close to her family. In her free time, Dr. Morton enjoys hiking, kayaking, and spending time with her three dogs Mr. Feeny, Ellie, and Maverick. She has a love for her long-eared patients, and hopes to someday have a whole herd of donkeys!

Recent Articles

Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) in Horses
What is EPM in Horses?Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis, or EPM, is one of the most common causes of equine neurologic disease in the United States. It is a non-contagious disease that causes neurological lameness and other potentially vague symptoms in horses. It is a complicated disease process that veterinarians still do not completely understand. EPM was first discovered in the 1970s and can...
How Much Does a Horse Cost?
How Much Does a Horse Cost?
Buying a horse can be an exciting, but sometimes intimidating venture. If you’re thinking about getting into the horse business, whether for a hobby or for a career, there are always hidden costs to consider before making your investment. Keep in mind upkeep costs after the purchase price, from board and feed to healthcare, and other common costs should be worked into your allocated budget....
How to Pull A Horse Mane
How to Pull A Horse Mane
The following content may contain Chewy links. PetMD is operated by Chewy. Mane pulling is the act of pulling small amounts of hair out at a time to maintain a manageable, uniform-length mane. This is often done in show disciplines such as hunter and jumper, whereas reining and cutting horses’ manes are typically kept long and flowing. Some sports trend or require small, uniformed braids down...
Fly Bites on Horses
Fly Bites on Horses
The following content may contain Chewy links. PetMD is operated by Chewy. What are Fly Bites on Horses?Flies are pesky creatures that plague animals and humans all over the world. While some flies are simply annoying, others are biting flies that can carry diseases to your horse and cause major skin irritation. Some horses are more prone to that skin irritation and develop insect bite...
What is Equine Therapy?
What is Equine Therapy?
What Does Equine Therapy Do?Winston Churchill once said, “There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.” Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) programs are designed to help emotional, mental, or physical growth of people through interactions with the comforting nature of horses. While the use of small animals for companionship and therapy has been studied for a...
Strangles in Horses
Strangles in Horses
What is Strangles in Horses?Strangles is a highly contagious respiratory disease common in horses, caused by the bacterium Streptococcus equi. This disease is observed worldwide and can affect any horse of any breed or age, although young to middle-aged horses in frequent contact with others seem to be most affected. Symptoms of Strangles in HorsesIf you notice any of the below signs, your horse...