News from Scarsdale Equine
Earlier this week, the students of The University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science graduated, and will no be embarking on the next stage of their careers as vets. We would like to pass on our congratulations and best wishes for the future to all the Class of 2017.
The placenta is a really vital structure that connects the newly growing foal to the mare. We explain how to examine an equine placenta after foaling (*post contains graphic imagery*)
**UPDATE** Phone lines now back to normal Our phone lines are currently down at our Markeaton Farm & Equine Practice, and our calls are being diverted to one of our small animal practices. Please call 01332 554422 if you need to get in touch with us. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
In May and June the Equine team put on two educational events for clients. The events involved small group sessions with an interactive, horses-centred format and raised over £350 for World Horse Welfare.
Rhiannah de Carteret explains the rules and regulations behind regular prescription of veterinary drugs for horses such anti-inflammatories and antibiotics.
Take a peek behind the scenes at the Equine clinic to see how our veterinary nurses play a pivotal role in helping provide your horse with the best care.
Learn about booking a visit with an equine vet, and how our zone visit scheme can save you money on call out charges. Plus save 10% with a shared yard visit
Emma Jablonski will be holding a Dressage Clinics at our Markeaton Farm & Equine Practice over the coming months. Call 01332 294929 to book your place.
Join us on 27th May to gain insights in to how your horse’s back affects performance. Find out more and book your place.
Join us on 24th June for 3 interactive sessions to help you gain a better understanding about bitting, your horse’s teeth and nutrition. Tickets are just £5, call 01332 294929 to book.