Abraham’s Equine Clinic sits on 29 acres, in southeastern Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The hospital houses an in-house laboratory, radiology suite, endoscopy, surgery suite, and reproductive center. The clinic has six separate barns which include a total of 48 stalls, including the intensive care and isolation barn. Additional, the clinic has 12 paddocks and 6 rolling pastures for turnout.
Dr. Charles Abraham received his Bachelor of Science from Iowa State University in 1980, majoring in Biology. He also received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State in 1986, where he graduated with honors and distinction. He has over 22 years experience in private equine practice. Charles Abraham founded Abraham’s Equine Clinic in 1991. Dr. Abraham’s special interest is equine reproduction. This area of expertise is where much of his post doctoral education has been spent.
Jim McNutt , DVM
Jim McNutt DVM, Year of graduation, 1970, Iowa State University, 1070-71, Equine intern and ambulatory staff, Perdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, Started West Branch Animal Clinic, July 1971, a full service mixed animal practice and hospital, practiced there till October 1998, sold to partner. Started McNutt Equine October 1998, an ambulatory equine practice affiliated with AEC. Member of the IVMA, AVMA, and AAEP, Served as Equine Committee Chairman of the IVMA 1993-2003, Member of the executive board of Miracles N Motion Therapeutic riding center 2011-2013. Member of the Moingona Hunt 1990-2011, currently member of the North Hills Hunt. Vice president and Park owner of Catalpa Corner Charity Horse Trials.
Sharbrough , DVM
Dr. Sharbrough grew up in Charleston, South Carolina, where she enjoyed spending her time riding her horse and boating. She attended Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine in Alabama, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2012. Dr. Sharbrough began a rotating Equine Medicine & Surgery Internship at Mississippi State University in July 2012. Continuing her training through Mississippi State University, she went on to complete an American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Residency in Equine Practice (2013-2014) and a Comparative Theriogenology (Reproduction) Residency (2014-2016).