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Has our practice helped cure your horse's canker or alleviated their arthritis?
It is the time of year when all horses should be wormed against encysted red worms, regardless of what worming programme they are on.
Read the Milbourn Equine Newsletter is a very useful read... Tips on looking after the elderly horse OR GIVE YOUR HORSE A PRESENT THIS CHRISTMAS...
Whilst many people in the horse industry have never seen a case of equine flu, vaccination remains key to keeping this contagious disease at bay.
Just contact your local branch for more information.
Milbourne Veterinary Clinics would like to wish their clients Happy Christmas!
Gastric ulcerations are very common, recent studies have shown up to 98% of racehorses and up to 53% of leisure horses are affected.
Two confirmed cases of the equine flu virus have been recently diagnosed in Kent. This has been confirmed by the Animal Health Trust (AHT).
Milbourn Equine would like to invite all clients, new and old, to their Client Evening: Monday 3rd November 2014 at 7pm, for 7.30pm start.
Written by Katie Preston BVSc, MRCVS
Equine sarcoids are spontaneous, locally invasive tumours of the skin of horses, mules, and donkeys and are the most common equine neoplasm representing over half of all equine tumours.
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Milbourn Equine Vets provide gold standard care and a compassionate service, building personal, trusting relationships with our clients.
We have a large team of dedicated equine veterinary surgeons with a range of interests in various equine disciplines and we understand the importance of continuity of care to our clients.
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