horses in dusty conditions

Coughs & knocks1 month

As we’re heading into summer, the days (and time for riding!) are getting longer and the ground is getting harder. Horses carry 60% of their …Read More

Assessing worm burdens in your horses1 month

The weather this spring is exactly what worms love to thrive and we’re seeing lots of poo samples being dropped at the clinic from owners …Read More

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Keeping your sport horse in tip-top shape2 months

The weather is getting warmer and we’re excited that everyone is getting more riding time in. Here are a few tips to keep your sport …Read More

Equine Dental Examinations – What to expect3 months

Dental disease in horses was reported as early as the Romans but it wasn’t until recent times that a real focus on research into equine …Read More

The dangers of sweet spring grass3 months

Horses are grazers designed to use fibrous material (such as grass and hay) as an energy source. However, the grasses horses were designed to eat …Read More

newborn foal & mare

The 1, 2, 3’s of Foaling5 months

Foaling season is here! Most mares can deliver their foal without assistance. However, many owners want to be there for the big event and because …Read More

Diagnostic imaging6 months

Diagnostic imaging with x-ray and ultrasound enables our equine vets to accurately diagnose conditions. X-rays Radiography (X-rays) are still the main form of diagnostic imaging …Read More

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Donkey care6 months

Donkeys are different from horses and have slightly different health care considerations. However, their basic care needs of a good diet, regular hoof care, dental care, and vaccinations …Read More

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Lameness6 months

Lameness is one of the most prevalent veterinary complaints in horse management. It can range from an obvious non-weight bearing gait to more subtle signs …Read More

PPID pony

Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID)6 months

Previously known as Equine Cushing’s Disease, PPID is a common hormonal dysfunction in horses. It can affect as many as 1 in 7 horses and …Read More

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Equine eye conditions6 months

Horses have almost 360-degree field of vision allows them to constantly scan the environment for possible threats and their binocular vision allows them to focus …Read More

Colic6 months

Colic is a familiar term to horse owners yet it is often unclear why it has developed. It is often tricky to pinpoint as it …Read More