EGUS is the disease process that occurs when the lining of the horse’s stomach becomes damaged by the acid present and required for digestion of food.
Post Operative Catheter Care
Your horse/pony has had an intravenous catheter placed into either the left or right side of the jugular vein on the neck.
Anaesthesia is routinely and regularly performed in the clinic.
There are many procedures which may require your horse to undergo a general anaesthetic or standing sedation.
Here at Wright & Morten we pride ourselves in being the responsible for not one but two donkey sanctuary’s- Manchester and Buxton.
First Aid List
The following are Wright and Morten’s recommended first aid kit essentials.
Choke is a relatively common problem affecting horses where the oesophagus becomes blocked.
Guidance on the best ways to control worms in horses has changed a lot in recent years.
The aim of a vetting (pre-purchase examination) is to carry out a thorough veterinary examination of the chosen horse on a chosen day.
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