Reduced Fee Equine Zone Visits for Only £15!

Did you know that our equine department do regular zone visits at a reduced fee of ONLY £15? We have split our catchment area into different “zones” as can be seen on the map: Our zone visits are regularly scheduled for Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays when a...

How to know if my horse has Equine Asthma?

Could your horse have equine asthma? Equine asthma is a relatively new collective term to describe respiratory diseases which were previously known as RAO (Recurrent Airway Obstruction), COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), IAD (Inflammatory Airway Disease)...

Fighting Equine Flu in the UK (Infographic)

With the equine influenza outbreak of 2019, most horse owners are now more aware of the importance of vaccinating against the disease. Similar to the human influenza virus, strains of equine influenza are constantly in circulation amongst the horse population and...

How to Prevent and Manage a Horse Colic

What is Horse Colic?Abdominal (belly) pain in a horse for whatever reason is referred to as colic. There are over 70 intestinal problems that can cause such symptoms.  What Causes Colic? Horses are relatively sensitive to pain in the intestines. Spams (cramp), blood...

Recurrent Airway Obstruction Treatment and Advice

Horses and ponies diagnosed with RAO (Recurrent Airway Obstruction), formerly known as COPD, heaves or dust allergy are highly susceptible to the effects of inhaling allergens from their environment. The hallmarks of the disease are similar to human asthma and the...