News from Scarsdale Equine
Learn more about the types of equine vaccinations available and why it is beneficial to vaccinate your horse.
Holly McFadzean explains more about tetanus in horses, the symptoms and the best way to prevent it.
We have all been there, a new horse arrives on the yard and within 2 weeks it is coughing and has a snotty nose and a high temperature. Kate Southorn explains more about ow you can protect your horses from contagious respiratory diseases.
Emma Jablonski will be holding Dressage Clinics at our Markeaton Farm & Equine Practice over the coming months. Call 01332 294929 to book your place.
Whilst both uncomfortable for the horse and distressing for the owner to see; there is no cure for sweet itch. Charlotte Stanley shares her top tips for prevention.
With mares naturally being at their most fertile in the Spring and Summer, now is the time to be breeding from your mare. Jacqui Paton explains more about artificial insemination.
Take advantage of our laminitis offer throughout April 2018. Just £150 your horse will get examination, 4 radiographs and sedation (if necessary).
Our next equine education event for clients focuses on Laminitis and will be held on Saturday 14th April from 2-4pm. Call 01332 294929 to book your place.
We are offering a reduced price on gastroscopy during March 2018 – Gastroscopy and sedation only £150 (inc. VAT)! This represents a saving of over 50% on the usual price. Call 01332 294929 to book an appointment.
Rhiannah De Carteret talks about coping with the loss of and grieving for your horse.