Whether you are looking for a pre purchase exam or an annual wellness exam, our experienced veterinarians are ready for your visit, or, to make things easier, can come to you. Our team is ready to help you with all of your equine’s needs! If you are considering the purchase of a new horse – no matter if it is for racing, roping, dressage, or anything in between – we are here to help make sure that your new horse is all that you expect with a pre purchase exam. If your new horse is coming by way of stork, our team is ready to help with any foaling needs that may arise. We can also help with vaccine and testing requirements for transporting horses between states for competitions. If your horse is showing signs of lameness, we have the equipment and knowledge to diagnose and treat sports-related injuries.
We also offer the following preventative care services to keep your pet’s wellness on track:
Annual Coggins Testing
A Coggins test is a simple blood test that is used to help prevent the spread of Equine Infectious Anemia. It is sent to the laboratory for analysis.
Equine Infectious Anemia is a viral disease that can be deadly. Unfortunately there is no vaccine or cure for it. If a patient survives the disease, they will always carry it and may become sick again if they are stressed. Some horses just seem to be carriers, never getting sick themselves.
We use the Global Vet Link Platform for all coggins tests. This allows ease of use to the owner as you are able to access your coggins from any smart device! Also its takes 5-7 business days to get your standard coggins results. Faster results can be read but you need to notify the staff prior to the test being sent out.
Since horses have different vaccination needs, depending on where they live, if they travel, and what they do, we recommend discussing your horse’s vaccination schedule with us. Together we can start a schedule that will work for you and your new horse.
Horses typically don’t get vaccinations until they are several months old, depending on their needs. Some vaccinations are started at four months old and need to be boostered three to four weeks later. Some vaccinations are not given until a horse is five to six months old. Most of these also need to be boostered three to four weeks later.
- Blood Centrifuge
- CBC Machine
- Chemistry Machine
- Gold Standard Fecal Egg Count Equipment
- Handheld Blood Gas Machine
- Heartworm and Tick Disease SNAP test
- Lyme SNAP test
- Microbiology, Cytology and Cultures
- Stall side Insulin testing
- Thyroid Testing
For all other testing required to be sent out we do our best to provide you with results as soon as possible.