8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Friday
Dr. Tyra Crowley Dr. Annika Frederickson Dr. Lauren Klutchka
Preventative care is the key to keeping our horses healthy
Vaccines: For the prevention of sometimes deadly diseases such as Tetanus, Eastern and Western Encephalitis, West Nile Virus, Potomac Horse Fever, and Rabies. There are also vaccines against diseases that make your horse very sick and can pass quickly from horse to horse, such as influenza and rhinopneumonitis.
Fecal checks and de-worming: Identify if your horse has worm eggs in its manure and then appropriately de-worm based on the results.
Nutritional consultation: Excessive weight loss and weight gain can both be a problem. Call us with your questions about your horse’s weight and diet.
Digital Coggins (EIA): Equine Infectious Enemia testing with a negative result is required by competition venues, most boarding facilities, and generally for interstate travel.