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Level 2 Equine Veterinary Care5 months

Thank goodness we are back to Level 2 and our equine vets can get back to business as usual, with safety measures in place. LEVEL …Read More

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Changes to Level 3 Services for Equine Clients5 months

Here we go again but fortunately, the Level 3 equine vet care rules are slightly relaxed from previous lockdowns. Level 3 means we can offer …Read More

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Equine Vet Care during Level 2 & 35 months

Here we go again. Luckily we created safe systems for equine veterinary care during the last lockdowns and so we are still able to provide …Read More

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Tick trouble?5 months

It’s tick time of year and we are getting a lot of requests from our equine clients about how to deal with these pesky little …Read More

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Back in the Saddle8 months

Now that show season is up and running, we are all thrilled to be back in the saddle. Others are looking forward to a casual …Read More

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Spotting & Treating Foot Abscesses1 year

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 Update1 year

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 31 year

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 series1 year

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…1 year

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 Clients1 year

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 & knocks2 years

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