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Client Resources

Please review our client resources below. Check back frequently for new client resources.

Normal Equine vital signs

Knowing the normal vital signs of your horse can be very helpful when a suspect emergency arises. In addition, being able to take and record vital signs is helpful for your veterinarian when assessing the situation. Learn what is considered "normal" here:

Treating the hoof abscess

A hoof abscess is a localized bacterial infection inside the sensitive structure of the hoof. Follow the link for detailed instructions on how to treat a hoof abscess. 

How to apply a leg bandage

Join our veterinary assistant, Emily, as she walks you through bandaging materials, and how to apply a standard bandage. 

Deworming protocol

Because of increasing resistance to dewormers, we recommend deworming as little as possible. Click on the link below to review our deworming protocol. 

Recommended Vaccine schedule

There are many variations between different vaccine manufacturers. Make an educated decision regarding your horses health using these vaccine recommendations.

Managing your horse in smokey conditions

With wildfires, comes smoke and poor air quality. Click on the link below to find how you can help your horse in the smoke, along with workout recommendations during poor air quality. 

Your horse in the summer heat

Are you wondering what you can do to keep your horse comfortable in the peak summer heat? Follow the link below for tips on providing for your horse in high temperatures and how to cool an overheated horse down.

Rain Rot 

Please click on the link below to learn about Rain rot, preventative measures and treatment. 

Yellow jacket control

Are you looking to control yellow jackets around your stable? Follow the link below to an article with information and methods to control yellow jackets.

Horse information card

Please click on the link below to download a horse information "stall" card. Stall cards are very important and help to identify your horse in case of an emergency or if you are unable to be at an appointment. 

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