Delivering high quality and comprehensive Equine Veterinary Services to the Adelaide Hills, Foothills and Fleurieu Peninsula
We are a dedicated equine veterinary practice based in Hahndorf, South Australia. From miniatures to high level performance sports and racehorses, our experienced team of veterinary surgeons are ready to treat them all.
We provide a professional, local, reliable and affordable 24 hour, 365 day a year service for every horse under our care.
Our state of the art diagnostic equipment allows us to perform a comprehensive range of visiting veterinary services at your property. From our Hahndorf clinic we also perform surgery & intensive hospital care as well as routine appointments.
PLEASE CHECK OUR "TOPICAL ARTICLES" FOR A VARIETY OF ARTICLES WITH MANY DIFFERENT AND INTERESTING SUBJECTS!!
We pride ourselves on offering a 24/7 service.
With this after-hours service charges do apply out of normal opening times.Please register and/or update your details if you are not a regular client of this clinic.
Should you not be registered with the clinic or hold an account in payment terms an on thespot payment of $400 (non registered clients) or $250 (registered for casual clients) will apply.Credit Card machines will be carried by the vets or cash will be expected.
It is unfortunate that we need to employ this policy, however we seem to be covering numerous other veterinarians after hours duties and problem payers have forced us into this situation.
Please be courteous to the vets on call and take note that they are providing an after-hours service.
Rudeness and/ or abuse will not be tolerated.
Thank you for your understanding.
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After the recent weather we have seen an increase in the number of laminitis cases due to high non-structural carbohydrate content of the pasture.
Early signs of laminitis
Is your horse slightly lame or shifting weight? Do they resent having their feet lifted, are they shifting weight to their hind quarters in a ‘sawhorse’ stance, or preferring to lay down?
Are their hooves hot and do they have bounding digital pulses?