Promotions & Specials

Bulk Specials

Get a minimum of 5 horses together and we’ll do their dentistry for $150 each. This also includes sedation and travel. This is a good time to drench them too so we’ll do their drenches as an add-on for $70. Add a dewormer for $20.

Drenching Specials

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Useful Links

Equine Associations

* Dressage Western Australia – HOME (dressagewa.org)

* AWHA Welcome to the AWHA

* Welcome | waqha

* Western Australian Paint Horse Association Inc (wapha.com.au)

* Miniature Horse Association of Australia Inc. (mhaa.com.au)

Nutrition Links

* Kelato Animal Health – equine nutraceutical and health products

* 4Cyte Pathology – Home

* FeedXL Online Horse Nutrition Calculator | FeedXL.com

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the normal body temperature for a horse?

Receiving results from the lab is only part of the process, as a Vet needs to be able to sit down and take the time to interpret what they mean and then formulate a plan for your horse. This takes time, so if your results are in and you have not received a call yet, we promise it is on the Vet’s to-do list and they will get back to you as soon as possible. You can help make the process quicker by having your phone ready for when they call, so you do not end up playing ‘phone tag’ extending the process. Receptionists and Nurses, while often knowledgeable about certain conditions, are not legally allowed to interpret lab results, so they will need to defer you to the Vet for this reason.

Can I order drugs over the phone?

Receiving results from the lab is only part of the process, as a Vet needs to be able to sit down and take the time to interpret what they mean and then formulate a plan for your horse. This takes time, so if your results are in and you have not received a call yet, we promise it is on the Vet’s to-do list and they will get back to you as soon as possible. You can help make the process quicker by having your phone ready for when they call, so you do not end up playing ‘phone tag’ extending the process. Receptionists and Nurses, while often knowledgeable about certain conditions, are not legally allowed to interpret lab results, so they will need to defer you to the Vet for this reason.

Why hasn’t the Vet called me with my horse’s lab results yet and why can’t the receptionist or nurse just give me the results if they are in?

Receiving results from the lab is only part of the process, as a Vet needs to be able to sit down and take the time to interpret what they mean and then formulate a plan for your horse. This takes time, so if your results are in and you have not received a call yet, we promise it is on the Vet’s to-do list and they will get back to you as soon as possible. You can help make the process quicker by having your phone ready for when they call, so you do not end up playing ‘phone tag’ extending the process. Receptionists and Nurses, while often knowledgeable about certain conditions, are not legally allowed to interpret lab results, so they will need to defer you to the Vet for this reason.

My horse has a snotty nose, what can I do?

Receiving results from the lab is only part of the process, as a Vet needs to be able to sit down and take the time to interpret what they mean and then formulate a plan for your horse. This takes time, so if your results are in and you have not received a call yet, we promise it is on the Vet’s to-do list and they will get back to you as soon as possible. You can help make the process quicker by having your phone ready for when they call, so you do not end up playing ‘phone tag’ extending the process. Receptionists and Nurses, while often knowledgeable about certain conditions, are not legally allowed to interpret lab results, so they will need to defer you to the Vet for this reason.

Why hasn’t the Vet called me with my horse’s lab results yet and why can’t the receptionist or nurse just give me the results if they are in?

Receiving results from the lab is only part of the process, as a Vet needs to be able to sit down and take the time to interpret what they mean and then formulate a plan for your horse. This takes time, so if your results are in and you have not received a call yet, we promise it is on the Vet’s to-do list and they will get back to you as soon as possible. You can help make the process quicker by having your phone ready for when they call, so you do not end up playing ‘phone tag’ extending the process. Receptionists and Nurses, while often knowledgeable about certain conditions, are not legally allowed to interpret lab results, so they will need to defer you to the Vet for this reason.

Why can’t I pay off my account over time rather than all straight away as requested?

Receiving results from the lab is only part of the process, as a Vet needs to be able to sit down and take the time to interpret what they mean and then formulate a plan for your horse. This takes time, so if your results are in and you have not received a call yet, we promise it is on the Vet’s to-do list and they will get back to you as soon as possible. You can help make the process quicker by having your phone ready for when they call, so you do not end up playing ‘phone tag’ extending the process. Receptionists and Nurses, while often knowledgeable about certain conditions, are not legally allowed to interpret lab results, so they will need to defer you to the Vet for this reason.