Newsletter of the Month
Mud fever can be one of the most annoying problems people face as horse owners. Read our July 2019 newsletter to find out more.
Autumn and winter are generally a quiet time of the year when it comes to horse breeding, so it
is easy to forget that broodmares require year-round management to remain healthy, produce
a healthy foal, and be in good condition to get back in foal when the time comes. If a mare’s
health is neglected over this time, it can have a huge effect to the next breeding season.
Wounds are very common in horses. When assessing and managing these wounds, it is crucial for you to know when to call a vet and it is is also crucial to have a basic understanding of general wound care.
Why routine dental care is so important and how our team of trained veterinarians can help prevent common teeth problems with thorough examination and teeth care