Occupation
Robert Baratt DVM

Veterinarian
Experience
1981-1983                            East Haddam Veterinary Clinic     
East Haddam, CT
Associate Clinician
Mixed small animal and equine general practice.
 
1983-1993                            Salem Valley Equine Center                          Salem, CT
Clinician, Practice Owner
100% Equine ambulatory and inpatient clinic
Personal focus on reproductive medicine and lameness.
 
1993-Present                        Salem Valley Veterinary Clinic                      Salem, CT
Clinician, Practice Owner
Four veterinarian mixed small animal and equine practice.
Personal focus on small animal and equine dentistry, with intent to become a
Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry, Small Animal and Equine.
Associates: David Anderson, DVM, Sarah Slater, DVM and Leah Limone,
DVM.
 
Instructor
2005-Present
AAEP Equine Dentistry Wet Lab, Lexington, KY. Lecture and wet lab
instruction for graduate veterinarians in equine dentistry.
AAEP Annual Convention, 2008: Joint instructor of Equine Dental Radiology
Dry Lab.
1985-Present
Instruction of veterinary student externs in clinical practice.
 
 
 
Education
1971–1975                           Wesleyan University                              Middletown, CT
B.S. Biology
 
1975-1977                          Colorado State University           Fort Collins, CO
M.S. Pathology
 
1977-1981                          Colorado State University           Fort Collins, CO
D.V.M.
 
 
 
Professional Associations
American Veterinary Medical Association
Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association
·         Executive Board Member, 2003-2006
American Association of Equine Practitioners
·         Dental Committee Member, 2003-2006
American Veterinary Dental Society
Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
·         Applicant for Fellowship, Small Animal (2008)
·         Applicant for Fellowship, Equine (2008)
Awards
 
2007 Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry Scholarship to fund a study on regenerative endodontic therapy in immature permanent teeth in the dog.
 
Publications
 
Baratt, RM: How to Use Computed Equine Dental Radiography in Ambulatory
Practice. American Association of Equine Practitioners - AAEP -
Focus Meeting, 2006 - Indianapolis, IN.
Baratt, RM and Galloway, SS: How to Surgically Extract the Canine Tooth of the Horse. Proceedings, 53rd Annual Convention of the AAEP, 466-472, 2007.
Baratt, RM: How to Obtain Equine Dental Radiographs in Ambulatory Practice. AAEP Proceedings, 53rd Annual Convention of the AAEP, 460-465, 2007.
Baratt,  RM: How to Recognize Radiographic Signs of Dental Disease in the Horse. AAEP Proceedings, 53rd Annual Convention of the AAEP, 473-477, 2007.
Baratt, RM: Equine Incisor Resorptive Lesions. Proceedings, 21st AnnualVeterinary Dental Forum, 123-130, 2007.
Baratt, RM: Root CanalTherapy of the Equine Incisor, Proceedings, 22nd Annual Dental Forum, 2008 (pending)
 
 
Personal
Married (Marcy Tillson) 1979; spouse’s occupation: clinical therapist (MSW)
Two children; Carly and Philip
Residence: 59 Baker Lane, East Haddam, CT 06423
Interests: Sports (running, biking, snowboarding, swimming
sailing), guitar and travel.

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