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Warm welcome back to Marta

Warm welcome back to Marta

We are sad to announce that our vet Anna is leaving to further her career elsewhere. Anna has been a huge asset to the practice and we would like to thank her for all her hard work and wish her the best for the future! It is not all sad news though, as we are pleased...
**Covid-19 Update**

**Covid-19 Update**

* URGENT UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19* In light of Boris Johnson’s statement (20:30, 23/03) and in line with RCVS Guidelines we will only be offering emergency and urgent care visits until further notice. These guidelines prevent us from performing routine visits so...
Deaths as a result of Equine Herpes 1 Virus

Deaths as a result of Equine Herpes 1 Virus

As many of you will be aware there have been confirmed cases of deaths as a result of Equine Herpes 1 Virus ( EHV-1) at Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre, near Stubbington, Hampshire. It is therefore advisable to closely monitor any horses that have travelled to or have...
Winter survival guide

Winter survival guide

  Chilly winds can make horses spooky and unpredictable so be extra alert when handling and riding. Horses cope very well in cold temperatures – it is wind and rain that they can struggle with. If you can, provide a windbreak, like a field shelter or even a line of...
Mud fever

Mud fever

The thick glutinous mud at this time of the year makes it doubly important to check your horses’ feet. Shoes get sucked off and the wet can easy set up thrush, which in this damp weather often needs aggressive treatment. Mud fever can be really difficult to manage....