Allegheny Equine Career as a Horse DoctorAugust 4, 2022
Equine ThyroidAugust 25, 2023
Have you been wondering if your horse has gastric ulcers? Has your horse experienced a decline in condition, unexplained behavior changes, or decreased performance?
At the Clinic:
Gastroscope -$287 (regularly $428) plus Sedation (approximately $55-$65). Your horse will need to be dropped off the day prior before 6 PM. Stabling for your horse’s overnight stay will be complementary (regularly $67), and we will manage their fasting preparations for the gastroscope exam.
On the Farm:
1 Horse: Gastroscope – $343 (regularly $428) plus Sedation (approximately $55-$65) and Farm Call ($89-$101 depending on your location).
2 or more horses at the same location: Gastroscope -$287 each (regularly $428) plus Sedation each (approximately $55-$65) and Farm Call (split if 2 or more owners).
This requires the owner and barn to be responsible for the fasting preparations. If the horse isn’t properly fasted, the client will still be responsible for the price of the procedure, sedation, and farm call.
The discounted gastroscope price will be honored for the first recheck/follow-up gastroscope.
It is recommended to perform the recheck prior to finishing the medication regimen (typically 28 to 30 days following the initial gastroscope).
Please call to schedule: 724-325-4615.