The Hospital offers advanced care for horses in a resourceful setting. Our board-certified specialists, dedicated and skilled vets, and nurses work together to provide the best available emergency care, diagnostic procedures, treatment, and hospitalization for equine patients. We are open around-the-clock every day of the year for emergency and critical care cases. Routine and specialized health care services are readily available. Services are supported by up-to-date diagnostic imaging procedures, which include ultrasound, various types of endoscopy, and high-resolution radiography.
It covers a range of problems from neonatology to postpartum issues with the mare and foal, as well as infectious diseases in horses like liver disease, diarrhea, and peritonitis. Also, Oncology, ophthalmology, cardiology, and critical care cases.
Various conditions associated with acute trauma, chronic overuse injuries, can affect equine athletes throughout their athletic life.Sports Medicine team’s roles are diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of sports-related injuries
Treat the most common types of equine emergency cases such as abdominal pain (colic), trauma and lacerations, and ill foals. Monitoring a horse in an emergency situation is crucial. such as severe shock, pulse, and breathing.
Elective and emergency surgical services are provided by a team of board-certified specialist clinicians, along with a dedicated support team . They provide diagnostic evaluation and treatment for a variety of soft tissue and orthopedic disorders.
Medications such as antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, antispasmodics, antidiarrheics, gastroprotectans, sedatives, diuretics, resuscitation drugs, and ophthalmic medications are readily available to treat a wide portfolio of conditions.
A full complement of endoscopes is available in a variety of sizes to meet all needs and can be used for both diagnostic and therapeutic means, in conjunction with other treatment modalities, such as diode laser or electrosurgical energy.
It includes testing blood samples for any abnormalities in the cellular number, morphology. It covers assessing clinical conditions that reflect alterations in the blood profile due to bacterial, viral, and parasitic diseases in horses.