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    Oxford Hills animal owners are fortunate to have not one but two new, young large animal vets working out of Oxford Hills Veterinary Hospital in South Paris. Dr. Kate Holden (left) is the daughter of practice owner Dr. Matt Holden. Dr. Samantha Begin joined the practice this year right after graduating from veterinary school.

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    Dr. Samantha Begin, right, examines Donny, an 18.1 hand Hannovarian, for trigger points ahead of his first acupuncture treatment.

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    Dr. Samantha Begin checks membrane color on Donny as his owner Laura Branierd watches. Donny had suffered a bout of colic the night before and was about to receive his first acupuncture treatment.

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    Nohman, a Friesian stallion at Hidden Brook Farm in Norway watches the attention that his barn mate Donny gets during a vet visit.

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    Donny stands quietly as he undergoes his first acupuncture treatment. He was still recovering from a bout of colic that had brought Begin out to the farm the night before.

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    Dr. Samantha Begin approaches Boo, Thoroughbred/Percheron cross, waiting for her annual vaccines.

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    Dr. Samantha Begin, who recently joined Oxford Hills Veterinary Hospital in South Paris, checks the vitals on Rio, a 25 year old Canadian Warmblood. Rio belongs to Nancy Larrivee of Otisfield and is retired from competitive dressage.

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    Lexie is a young miniature mare owned by Nancy Larrivee of Otisfield. Dr. Samantha Begin listens to her lungs and heart before giving her her annual vaccinations.

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    Miniature mare Lexie lends moral support to her buddy Faith as Begin preps her to be vaccinated.

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    Begin (left) and Nancy Larrivee of Otisifeld try to convince Faith, a miniature mare, that getting vaccinations is not that bad.

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