Welcome to Paso Robles Equine
Paso Robles Equine (PRE) is a full service equine veterinary clinic, located in Paso Robles, CA and serving the greater central coast. Owned and operated by Colter Negranti, DVM, Paso Robles Equine (PRE) focuses on providing superior and responsive care for your horse, whether a competitive performer or your backyard friend. Dr. Colter Negranti utilizes state of the art diagnostic equipment, advanced regenerative therapy, and a fully equipped veterinary clinic to provide a full spectrum of services from basic annual veterinary care to advanced equine orthopedic procedures. Call for an appointment today: 805-748-4004.
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DR NEGRANTI: Colter Negranti was born and raised in San Luis Obispo, California. Growing up on his family's beef cattle ranches along the Central Coast, he gained valuable experience working with both horses and cattle.
Dr. Negranti received a Bachelor of Science degree (Animal Science) in 2006 from the University California at Davis, with an emphasis in dairy production. In 2010, he received a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University at Fort Collins, Colorado, receiving honors for his work in anesthesiology. Throughout veterinary school, Colter furthered his equine veterinary experience through employment in equine reproduction at the Colorado State Equine Reproduction Lab and beef cattle management and medicine at the IX Ranch in Big Sandy, Montana.
After graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Negranti's professional interests became defined. He accepted an internship position with equine lameness specialist Dr. Marty Gardner at Great Basin Equine in Gardnerville, Nevada. After the year-long internship, Dr. Negranti became an associate at Great Basin, with primary emphasis in equine lameness under Dr. Gardner. Dr. Gardner specializes in both advanced and common causes of lameness, which provided invaluable clinical experience in equine orthopedics. Dr. Negranti developed skills and clinical knowledge to diagnose and implement treatment, from basic therapies to advanced therapies such as stem cells, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and Interleukin-1 Receptor Antagonist Protein (IRAP).
Dr. Negranti is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). He continues to expand his knowledge of the equine patient focusing through continuing education and is participates in The International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) and AAEP. Dr. Negranti's philosophy is to take a practical approach to the application of cutting edge diagnostic and treatment methods.
Dr. KC Van Solinge: KC van Solinge was born and raised just down the 101 in Santa Maria, California. Her love for horses began at the young age of 4 when she had her first riding lesson. Dr. KC soon found her love for the sport of 3-day eventing. She competed in 3-day eventing competitions throughout high school and college.
KC obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, Fresno (Go Dogs!) before going on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences. While in veterinary school, KC was a member of the veterinary business management club, as well as secretary of the student chapter of AAEP where she helped to organize bi-annual low-cost clinics to assist equestrian communities in the Los Angeles area.
After graduation from veterinary school, Dr. KC accepted an internship position at Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center in Los Olivos, CA. During her internship, Dr. KC was able to get experience in almost all facets of equine medicine. Dr. KC’s professional interests include equine sports medicine and general practice as well as mixed animal medicine. In her spare time, you can find KC riding her horse Buggs, playing with her very cute dogs Toby and Tyson, and adventuring with her husband Jon.
Stephanie Van Peer RVT: Growing up in Northern California (Marin County) on a working Beef Ranch taught Stephanie a lot about large animal medicine and work ethic.
Having a lifelong dream of working with animals, Stephanie was drawn to California Polytechnic State University and graduated in 1998 with a Bachelors degree in Ranch Management. Then being interested in the medical field she graduated from Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology in 2012 and started working for Dr. Negranti in 2014.
In her spare time Stephanie likes to rope, team sort, play with her dogs (Pickett, Buster and Ginger) and take her daughter Jaxyn for trail rides all over the Central Coast.