We are proud to offer regenerative class IV laser therapy in the comfort of your horse’s stable.
Our vets all have a keen interest in lameness and poor performance investigation and we can perform work-ups on your yard. Our veterinary team take part in regular clinical meetings to allow spread of current knowledge in all fields, but particularly equine lameness.
Gastroscopy Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) can cause a wide variety of symptoms in horses, such as poor performance, behaviour changes, colic, weight loss, nervousness, aggression as well as resentment of girthing, leg aids or grooming. Gastroscopy can be performed on the yard for horses with suspicion of Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS). This involves […]
We understand the need for affordable routine veterinary care for your horses. For this reason we offer zone visits for some routine work. These are set days where a vet is in a particular area for short duration appointments of no longer than 20 minutes, where a visit fee of only £15 applies.
All horses, ponies, donkeys and related species are required by law to have a passport. This allows identification of the horse and gives information on the individual’s status at the end of its life. If the animal is intended for human consumption this restricts what medication they can receive, all of which must be documented in the passport.
Being horse owners ourselves we know it’s not always 10am Tuesday morning your equine injures themselves or becomes unwell. We understand in an emergency it can be a stressful and emotional time for both horse and owner – that’s why GVG Brooks Equine provides a full out of hours emergency service for our registered clients.