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Equine Flu – Requirements for Vaccination

💉 EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS – January 2020 💉 As we are now approaching a year since the start of the equine influenza outbreak in 2019, we are facing many questions from our clients as to how often their horse should be having a flu vaccine.  There is some confusion around when boosters are due as […]



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Joint Supplements

October is our Veteran Horse Health Month; many owners of older horses will be battling with the struggles of stiff joints and arthritis. A lot of owners decide they’d like to give their horse a form of supplement to promote joint health. With so many supplements out there claiming to be the global cure for all things arthritis it can be tough to know where to spend your money.



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Dental Health for the Older Horse

Equine dentistry is a continually evolving area of equine veterinary medicine and we promote routine preventative dental care as a vital part of welfare. Dental disease in older horses is more common, and we therefore recommend more frequent dental check-ups.



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Feeding the Older Horse

October is our veteran horse health month. As the autumn nights are drawing in closer, many owners of older horses are thinking about how they’re going to keep their horses an appropriate weight over the colder months.



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Rugs – Yay or Neigh?

Overrugging is one of the most common equine welfare problems we encounter in the UK. As the nights are drawing in sooner, getting to the yard in the dark is pretty miserable! This time of year, we often begin to consider changing management even though we may not be yet thinking winter is here. We […]



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Microchip Offer

To help our clients comply with the new equine microchipping law, we are providing microchips at a reduced fee of £15 (usually £25).



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