Karl Hoopes

ADVS Dept

Equine Specialist


Karl Hoopes

Contact Information

Phone: 435-535-5140
Email: karl.hoopes@usu.edu

Educational Background

DVM, Colorado State University, 2003
BS, University of Wyoming, 2000

Licensures & Certifications

Veterinarian, Utah Department of Occupational Professional Licensing, 2003, 2003
Veterinarian, State of Idaho Board of Veterinary Medicine, 2003
Veterinarian , State of Wyoming Board of Veterinary Medicine, 2003

Awards


Publications | Fact Sheets

  • Hoopes, K., (2017). Equine Infectious Anemia.
  • Hoopes, K., Pittman, B., (2016). Equine Piroplasmosis.
  • Hoopes, K., Mason, H., (2016). Time to Say Goodbye (Equine Euthanasia).
  • Hoopes, K., Pittman, B., James, C., (2015). Intrastate and Interstate Travel Requirements for Horses (Spanish Translation).

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Curriculum

    An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

    Publications | Journal Articles

    Academic Journal

      Professional Journal

        An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

        Publications | MultiMedia

        PowerPoint

        Web

          Other Media

            An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

            Publications | Other

            Newsletter

            • Hoopes, K., (2016). Equine Piroplasmosis. *
            • Hoopes, K., (2016). The Importance of Equine Dentistry. *

            An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

            Teaching

            ADVS 5190 - Equine Business Management, Fall 2019
            ADVS 3520 - Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Fall 2019
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2019
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2019
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2019
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2019
            ADVS 3520 - Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Fall 2018
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2018
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2018
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2018
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2018
            ADVS 3520 - Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Fall 2017
            PCS 4320 - Forage Production and Pasture Management , Fall 2017
            ADVS 2190 - Horse Production Practices, Fall 2017
            ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, Spring 2017
            ADVS 3520 - Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Fall 2016

            Extension

            Ride Utah! A Therapeutic Equine Activity for Military Personnel, 2015 - Ongoing
            Ranch Horse Care, 2015 - Ongoing
            Equine Health Care, 2015 - Ongoing
            English Series, 2016 - 2017

            Graduate Students Mentored