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Some situations involving equine injury or disease can be serious. Veterinary advice can assist in guiding prompt and appropriate help and so minimise the risk of serious or life threatening complications. Please call the office for advice if you are presented with
Providing key information helps guide you to the right advice when you call.
- Signs of abdominal pain, rolling or flank watching particularly when found at morning stables.
- Bleeding following a wound, or coming from your horse's nose.
- Non-weight bearing lameness.
- Wounds and penetrating skin injury that is close to a joint or near the eye.
- Choking, with saliva and food material present at the nostrils.
- Wobbly ataxia, abnormal stiffness and abnormally dark coloured urine.
- The location of the horse, postcode and directions for access.
- Contact information for the owner/responsible person.
- A description of the problem, including photos or videos can be emailed.