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Winter Colic and how to prevent it

First of all, colic is not a disease or a diagnosis it is more a term to describe various symptoms that indicate something wrong is going on in the digestion apparatus of the horse.
That being said there are many things that can go wrong and therefore many forms of ‘colic’.
If we get called out right […]

All things wild

It’s that time of the year again. You walk through the forest and stumble about this cute little fox kit that is orphaned, or is it?

You spring cleaned your living room window and now birds are hitting the windows and need your help, do they?

Your dog brings you proudly his morning catch… a little duckling, […]

Equine Vaccines

It’s that time of year again, time to think about your equine partners and get their vaccines up to date. Whether you chose to have your veterinarian administer the vaccines or do them yourself is up to you, but you should think
about your individual requirements. We have lots of people coming to our clinic and […]

Let’s talk parasites – ECTOPARASITES that is!

Days are getting longer and warmer! People are starting to dream of green grass and warm beaches. While there might a few weeks before we are sipping cocktails on the beach, now is a great time to start thinking about parasites!
March is TICK AWARENESS month and we are in fact starting to see ticks emerge […]


Dental Health is extremely important to maintain the health and longevity of our furry friends. It is estimated that by the age of three, some 80 percent of all dogs and 70 percent of all cats show signs of dental disease.

Small breed dogs are especially prone to dental disease and we have seen significant […]