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  • Care and Winter Management of the Senior Horse

    Jun 03 2020

    The most trusted and valuable equine members of our families are senior horses. Those that have been with us through the good times and bad. Whilst they may not be…

  • Barry’s Blog

    May 28 2020

    This past week has had us seeing more wildlife. As you may have seen, my humans were caring for a cockatoo who had been in the wrong place at the…

  • Winter Feeding for Horses

    May 27 2020

    Coming into winter, we have Four Management Tips to Consider as the cold weather descends 1. Stash Away Hay 2. Toss ’em Some Hay 3. Feed Away from Fences 4.…

  • Joint support & Joint health with 4Cyte & Epiitalis gel

    May 27 2020

    Are you noticing that your pet is getting older? Did you know there are products that can help and support your pets joints? 4cyte is one of many products which…

  • Barry’s Blog

    May 21 2020

    Hello everybody, This eventful week has kept our humans busy, but we would also like to make sure everyone out there is doing well. My humans gave me the thumbs…

  • Autumn Worms

    May 21 2020

    By Meaghan Sutherland AVN, RVN, DipVN (ECC & Surg) Whilst we rely heavily on feacal egg counts to determine worm burdens in horses throughout the year, at this time of…

  • Barry’s Blog

    May 14 2020

    So I have heard that human restrictions are easing. Unfortunately, | do not yet have permission to allow humans back inside the clinic. The humans are still practicing social distancing…

  • Barry’s Blog

    May 07 2020

    Hi all, This week we have seen the return of Sparky from her annual leave. Everyone is very happy to see her back. we’ve had a visit from a fluffy…

  • Barry’s Blog 30.4.20

    Apr 30 2020

    Hi everyone, You will never guess what!  This week has been so exciting ( side note * I found the best hidey hole at Dr Russell’s desk!)  Also found this…

  • Barry’s Blog

    Apr 23 2020

    Who ever thought that being in isolation would be such hard work? Even though their faces are covered throughout the day, I can still tell the humans are all smiling.…