Our clinic is fully equipped for lameness investigations with an all weather sand ménage, trot up area and examination room.
We utilise a range of diagnostic equipment including ultrasound scanners, x-ray machines and endoscopes.
Anything not treated by surgical methods is considered medicine. This can include weight loss and recurrent lameness investigations, eye diseases, gastric ulcers, neurology, cardiology, respiratory diseases and many other conditions.
A gastroscopy is a procedure where a thin, flexible tube called an endoscope is used to look inside the oesophagus (gullet), stomach and first part of the small intestine.
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Our clinic has the modern technology and experienced resources to carry out these investigations to suit your needs and performance level.
We are a BEVA approved AI Centre. Our vets and the team at End House Stud, Gisburn have a wealth of experience in stud medicine from conception to foal care. We offer a range of competitive stud packages to suit your needs.
IRAP is a treatment for osteoarthritis cultivated from a horse's own blood and processed so it can be injected into the affected joint.
We appreciate that it is hard enough losing a much loved horse or pony without having to worry about anything else. We can arrange all aspects of collection and cremation to save you any further heartache or distress.
From routine rasping to surgical correction of serious problems our specialised vets are able to provide a full spectrum of dental care for your horse.
By offering thorough pre-purchase examinations we can help to inform your buying decisions and avoid potential heartbreak and expense later.
Full purpose-built theatre, anaesthesia equipment and hospitalisation facilities for surgical procedures, performed by our surgeons or visiting specialists.
A vaccine is an injection that stimulates an immune response against a specific infection. A vaccination programme will ensure that your horse has maximum protection against the infections in the UK which can cause serious (and sometimes fatal) diseases