equine hoof abscess

Spotting & Treating Foot Abscesses2 months

Foot abscesses in horses are very common and painful. Foot abscesses can be caused by anything from a stone bruise to an infection, to a …Read More

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COVID-19 Level 2 Equine Vet Services Update5 months

At alert level 2, we can provide a full range of equine veterinary services for your horses so long as we take the following measures …Read More

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Equine veterinary services during level 35 months

At alert level 3, we can provide a full range of equine veterinary services, so long as your family and our team are kept safe, …Read More

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How to lockdown series6 months

During lockdown there are some restrictions on when we can visit you so we thought these videos with our equine vets Dr Kendra McLeod & …Read More

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There’s a silent war on our paddocks, and the parasites are winning…6 months

For the most part, intestinal worms are harmless critters living in low numbers putting very little strain on a healthy grazing animal’s system. However, when …Read More

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COVID-19 Update to Equine Clients6 months

Vets are viewed as an essential service, so we continue to be here for you 24/7. If you need to see us, call your local …Read More

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Coughs & knocks10 months

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

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Assessing worm burdens in your horses10 months

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 shape10 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 expect12 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 grass12 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

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The 1, 2, 3’s of Foaling1 year

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