1369 Jerusalem Rd        
Watinsville, Georgia 30677
24 Hour Emergency: 706-688-9111
Dr Kim Keeton is the owner of Coyote Creek Equine Veterinary
Services. An avid competitor in Eventing, Dr Keeton recently
returned from 20 months in England where she worked at The
Willesley Equine Clinic, of the B&W Equine Group, one of the UK's
premier equine veterinary centers. Also during her time in the UK,
Dr Keeton competed her young homebred stallion, "Accolade",
and her off the track Thoroughbred, "Wade and Tay", in both
local and International competitions.

Dr Keeton is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, where she grew up
"horse crazy." Following her passion, she attended Valley View
Ranch Equestrian Camp as a child where her love for horses and
veterinary medicine was further founded. She then attended
Kim Keeton, DVM, MRCVS, CVA
Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Equine
Pre-Veterinary Medicine. Returning home, Dr Keeton finished her education at the University of
Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine by obtaining her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in
2005. She was then employed as an associate at Covered Bridge Equine where she worked until
her departure to the UK in February 2010. While at CBE, Dr Keeton furthered her education by
becoming certified in Veterinary Acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida in 2008.

Throughout her education, Dr Keeton pursued her riding endeavors competitively as a member of
Otterbein's Equestrian teams on each of its four teams - IDA Dressage, IHSA Western, IHSA Hunt
seat, and Eventing. Addtionally, she remained an active United States Eventing Association
(USEA) competitor on various self produced horses through the USEA Intermediate level. Dr
Keeton continues to compete as her schedule allows and has 2 horses looking toward an exciting
season back on home turf.

As her background suggests, Dr Keeton has a
keen interest in sport horse medicine from both
the breeding and the maintenance sides of the
sport. A long time resident of Oconee County's
Coyote Creek Farm, a small sport horse breeding
farm, Dr Keeton cares for a small herd of
broodmares and enjoys keeping the mares busy
with foals at foot. Furthermore, she has a strong
interest in the active sport horse competitor in
that she enjoys lameness work and, through
CCEVS, can offer the latest in digital diagnostic
imaging equipment as well as unique treatment
modalities in acupuncture and advice in other
fundamental areas such as nutrition and
rehabilitation. An international competitor herself,
she provides a unique perspective and
understanding of the demands placed on the
equine athlete.