Prevention is critical to maintaining your horse’s health and happiness.
Quality Care and Timely Service
Our 6 equine/large animal veterinarians are experienced in treating a wide range of equine health problems and regularly meet to discuss certain cases to determine the best treatment plan. We are also flexible and can give our clients the option of bringing their horse to our clinic for treatment or having us visit their farm with one of our fully-stocked veterinary trucks.
For your peace of mind, a large animal veterinarian is always available during the holidays, on weekends, and after our regular business hours. This way there will always be a skilled veterinarian available to care for your horse and livestock.
Our Equine Vaccination Guidelines
Vaccinations are critical to the prevention of many equine diseases. Our practice follows the AAEP’s (American Association of Equine Practitioners) recommended vaccination guidelines for core and risk-based vaccines. Some horses, due to medical conditions, may require modifications to the guidelines. As with all procedures, our veterinarians take each horse’s welfare in mind when vaccinating. We urge you to speak with us regarding your concerns about vaccinating your horse.
Internal Parasite Recommendations for Equines
Past indiscriminate deworming has created internal parasites that are highly resistant to current dewormers. We recommend identifying and classifying horses based on their internal parasite load through fecal egg counts and deworming them accordingly.
Call us at (920) 387-4191 or schedule an appointment online for your horse.