Foundation Equine

183 B Bordentown Crosswicks Rd
Crosswicks, NJ 08515

(609)291-0535

www.foundationequinenj.com

Daniel P. Keenan, D.V.M.

Since graduating from The New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in 1984, Dr. Keenan has been a general equine practitioner in central New Jersey: from 1984 to 1988 at The Walnridge Equine Clinic and beginning in 1988 in his own practice. In 2004 Dr. Keenan and Dr. Ron McAlister merged their practices to form Keenan McAlister Equine.

Dr. Keenan has served on many committees and boards concerning the equine industry both in New Jersey and nationally, including the Business Education Committee of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). In the past Dr. Keenan has served as the president of the NJ Association of Equine Practitioners and as vice president of the NJ Horse Council: in addition he has served on numerous committees having to do with the equine industry in New Jersey.

Dr. Keenan's main veterinary interest lies in general and preventative medicine; reproduction and foal medicine.

In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and riding his road bicycle long distances.

 

Lynsey Makkreel, D.V.M.

Dr. Lynsey Makkreel was born and raised in Ontario, Canada. She earned her degree in veterinary medicine at The Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph where she was the top graduating student of her year. Dr. Makkreel is interested in lameness and performance issues using both traditional and alternative therapies.

 

 

Talia Lin, D.V.M.

Dr. Talia Lin grew up in Charlottesville, Va and attended Tufts University where she obtained a bachelor's degree in biology and environmental studies. After graduation, she attempted to make a living at a food and chemicals consulting firm in Washington, DC, but discovered there were no horses involved.

She left her desk job for veterinary school at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Va where she focused on equine medicine and surgery. Upon graduation, she headed out west to complete an internship in Buckeye, AZ focused on theriogenology (reproduction) and general ambulatory practice.

She is very excited to be back on the east coast in the state where both her parents grew up. She dragged her husband, Oliver, and her friendly pit bull, Latka, back with her and both are doing reasonably well adjusting to the weather.