Just as the days are starting to get longer, we get the “Polar Vortex”, with unsettled weather and storms to come. Ice and frozen water buckets one day, rain and mud the next.
But Spring is coming!
It’s not too early to plan for it (of course, Mud Season comes first...).
2018 Winter Education Series
Laminitis (February 17, from 2-4 pm)
Back to Basics (March 17, from 2-4 pm)
Lyme Vaccination Clinics
Seems too early, but the ticks will become active as soon as the temperature reaches 40 degrees. We like horses to have their Spring Lyme boosters several weeks before the ticks come out.
Our Lyme Vaccination Clinic dates this spring are:
• February 23, 24 & 25
• March 3 & 4
Call or email us to make an appointment!
February is Dental Awareness Month
We are again offering a 10% discount on all dental services done in clinic from January 29 thru March 2. Call or email for an appointment!
For horses competing at USEF events this summer:
All horses competing at USEF sanctioned events this year are required to have:
• Proof of Equine Influenza & Equine Rhinopneumonitis (Equine Herpes Virus)
• Vaccinations within 6 months of the competition.
Spring/Annual Vaccinations & Wellness Exams
It’s not too early to think about scheduling your horse’s Spring/Annual vaccinations and Wellness Exam!
Remember that our calendar fills up early for Spring appointments, so schedule early if you need work done by a specific date.