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Many of our veterinarians and support staff are actively involved in equestrian activity, be this hunting, dressage, breeding or just owning horses and hacking, horses are never too far from the topic of conversation around the practice.

We have vets at all clinics with a special interest in equine medicine, reproduction, nutrition and dentistry, among other areas. We have a wide range of equipment and skills, allowing us to service most equine veterinary requirements, including radiography, endoscopy, ultrasonography and dentistry. With the recent addition of the latest digital radiography technology, we are ideally placed to service clients in all parts of the equine industry. Out vets are committed to continuing education and regularly attend relevant courses and conferences both in New Zealand and abroad.

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Related Articles

These articles are compiled by our vets and are intended to complement our Veterinary services by giving you access to research articles and animal health information. They are only guides - we strongly recommend you consult your vet for a full diagnosis.

  • Equine Annual Warrant of Fitness: With the equestrian season kicking off in most disciplines, Spring is a good time for your horse to have its annual “warrant of fitness”.
  • ENDOSCOPY IN EQUINES: We have had a couple of interesting cases over the last few months where our Vets have been able to use the endoscope to help diagnose and address issues. The endoscope is a flexible camera/video...
  • TRANSPORT OF HORSES TO EVENTS BY ROAD/SEA:: The transportation of horse to events in NZ [such as HOY] is commonplace but in saying that it needs to be managed to maximise athletic performance, and minimise the risk of any negative impact on horse...
  • EQUINE CASE: ACUTE EYE TRAUMA: Alfie is a 22 year old Kaimanawa gelding who had the misfortune of getting the wrong end of a stick during a wind-storm. He presented with acute right eye pain – eyelids tightly closed with profuse...