Our preventative care includes, but is not limited to vaccinations, teeth floats, deworming, McMasters fecal floats, and Coggins.
Comprehensive physical exams, prepurchase exams, reproductive exams, foal exams, lameness exams, and chiropractic exams are also available.
Our surgery suites are equipped with advanced anesthesia and patient monitoring technologies for added patient safety. A patient-safe equine recover suite is located adjacent to the surgical suite for added patient care.
C-Section | Splenectomy
GDV | Parvo | Colic
Orthopedic | Vomiting/Diarrhea
Bladder Stones | Hit By Car
Urinary Blockage | Diabetes
Blood Transfusions | Pancreatitis
Laceration Repair | Eye Injuries
Toxicity | Foal Complications
Radiographic imaging can be done in the field, or in our hospital. Visualization of fracture, chips, spurs, and bone lesions such as navicular disease can best be performed with digital imaging.
Proper and complete diagnosis allows our doctors to treat effectively and, when necessary, communicate with your farrier to ensure proper corrective shoeing and hoof comfort.
Chiropractic medicine is proven to improve performance and aid in pain management. Regular adjustments help to alleviate stress and tension within the musculoskeletal system.
Acupuncture aids the body in healing itself. It can increase blood circulation, stimulate nerves, and release muscle spasms. It works by stimulating nerve endings near acupuncture points. These nerve fibers then conduct impulses to the brain and spinal cord, causing changes in the body that speed healing.