Monday, May 03, 2021

Message to Hoof Blog readers and email newsletter subscribers

Hoofcare Publishing will be back at work and publishing from the "real" office in town soon. In the meantime, some changes are coming to improve the delivery of your email newsletter and headline alerts.

First, I would like to thank you all for sticking with the Hoof Blog alert service, and I apologize for our longtime service provider's decision to fill the current email newsletter with more and more ads.  I'm embarrassed, so changes are coming. Your new newsletter will come from a different vendor, and those ugly ads will be gone!

I hope the transition will be smooth, and that you will bear with me as I switch you all over. No action should be needed on your end.

As always, the newsletter will be sent on an opt-in/opt-out basis and will be focused exclusively on hoofcare science, education and information. If you want to opt-out, you can easily do that, but I hope you will give the new service a chance.

If you have a new email address you'd like to use, let me know and I will update your record.

If you are reading this and do not already receive email notifications of new articles from Hoofcare Publishing, just fill in the signup box at the top of the sidebar column on the HoofBlog page. Of course this is a free service, as always.

This is the first of what I hope will be many improvements now that we're going back to (real) work!

Thank you, as always, for reading and clicking and sharing and being so involved and helpful.

Fran Jurga

PS If you have any questions about your email alert subscription with Hoofcare Publishing, aren't sure whether you are on the list, or would like to update your address, please get in touch, now or in the future. You can also call the office now (hooray!) at +1 978 281 3222. 


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