Mountain Equine - Courtney S. Diehl, DVM / Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Archive for the Uncategorized Category

Winter Camping on Spring Break

So most people who live in the mountains go south for Spring Break, as most of us need, well, a BREAK from winter. Sounds like

Read more

Healing chickens, guinea pigs and my back

So I can do more things more comfortably now. Each week is a little better then the week before and I am definitely healing from

Read more

Healing Slowly

I’m not very patient and this healing business just isn’t happening fast enough. I cannot bend, twist or lift.  For four months or so.  What

Read more

Dusting Off the Manuscript

Today I hauled out the 61 page Word Document which makes up the bulk of Horse Vet- Part 2.  I didn’t realize I had so

Read more

School Lunches

So this morning my oldest daughter plucked her sandwich out of her freshly packed lunchbox and fed it to the dog. I didn’t actually witness

Read more

Recovering from Back Surgery

I had major back surgery on Feb 22nd.  They fused my spine and now I have rods and screws and bone grafts and all sorts

Read more

New Book Is Out! “The Stories of Eric the Fox”

So some exciting book news in the aftermath of the Ram truck debacle.  FYI, Ram paid for everything, and I mean, everything on my truck. 

Read more

The Recall on the 2013 Ram Alternator

Well Ram did the proverbial 180 and they did it fast.  On 12/5/2016, they were insisting that the vehicle fire was not their fault.  On

Read more

The Ram saga/nightmare continues…..

The lawyer was great, but my options aren’t. He gave me every possible scenario and since Ram has finally cleared the truck to be assessed

Read more

Day 34- The Burned 2013 Ram 2500 Truck saga continues.

It’s been an illuminating 48 hours since I received the letter from Ram absolving themselves from any responsibility related to the alternator fire which shut

Read more

                    

SERVICES

COURTNEY S. DIEHL, DVM

MOBILE EQUINE VETERINARIAN

Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Since 2000, Dr. Diehl has provided mobile equine veterinary services in the Rocky Mountains.

RECENT WRITING