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Healthcare, Vaccinations and Dentistry

‘We don’t charge for advice – Let us help you keep your horse healthy’


All our vets carry a full mouth speculum, the latest motorised equipment and an extensive set of dental rasps.

All have had extensive further training in routine dentistry and have full back up and advice from Moses in the hospital and Joe who has passed the BAEDT/BEVA accredited dental technician exam and is working towards Advanced Practitioner Status in Equine Dentistry. Simple dental extractions e.g. wolf teeth can be performed under standing sedation on the yard.

We are unique in the area in being able to offer direct access to CT and other hospital facilities under the care of your own vet. In some cases, more advanced extractions and procedures (e.g. diastema treatment, radiography etc) can be performed at the yard. Please discuss these with the vet at your visit or ring us at the hospital.


Influenza outbreaks are becoming more common, in unvaccinated horses influenza can be fatal.

Tetanus still occurs in unvaccinated horses and is usually fatal.

We offer vaccination for equine influenza, tetanus, strangles, rotavirus and EHV1 & 4.

Our vets are always happy to offer advice on disease prevention through vaccination.

Staying HEalthy

Smart Plan Worming

Resistance to de-wormers is becoming an increasingly prevalent and concerning problem for our equine populations. We can avoid creating resistance by targeting treatments to those who need it based upon faecal worm egg counts and potentially also blood and saliva tests. Our vets can advise on an appropriate de-worming plan for your individual horse, herd or yard. We also offer an annual ‘smart worming plan’ which helps take the stress out of de-worming. For any questions that you have relating to worming please call us, email [email protected] or view our Worming information leaflet. You can also register for Smart Worming. We are here to help!

Winter Health Checks

Our ambulatory vets are always equipped to perform a full clinical examination on the road and where there might be concerns discuss with you any further diagnostic tests that may be required. Whilst we can check your horse at any time of the year, between November and February inclusive we offer discounted health checks to try and detect problems early. Our vets are there to listen and help, whether it is discussing laminitis prevention, weight management, poor performance, the list goes on.