Allegheny Equine’s Emergencies: What, Why & How
From cuts and colic to eye injuries and illness, horses tend to get themselves in trouble.
Follow the link provided to our Emergency Talk 2022 PowerPoint.
Vaccinations – Adult Horses
Vaccinations will vary depending on horse’s exposure. Talk with your Veterinarian.
Vaccinations – Mares and Foals
Foals from unvaccinated mares should have 3 rounds of vaccines at 3, 4, and 6 months of age.
The Deworming Plan
With all the talk about deworming, intestinal parasites and parasitic resistance, how do you go about making decisions on your farm? Below are some of the risk factors your veterinarian will be considering and how we go about categorizing your horses to provide them with the best program possible.
Senior Horse Considerations and Recommendations
At Allegheny Equine we are dedicated to providing thorough, high quality, and compassionate care to your horse at every stage of life. Geriatric or senior horses require some special considerations when it comes to routine care. Here are some of the most important things to discuss with your veterinarian when visiting your horses 20 years of age and older.
Please download our Senior Horse Considerations and Recommendations for more information.
Common Equine Eye Issues
At Allegheny Equine we are dedicated to providing thorough, high quality, and compassionate care to your horse. Horses can have a number of eye issues. From trauma to uveitis to corneal ulcers, horses get it all. Join us to learn about the more common situations and how they are handled.