Hugh Somerville MRCVS, Karen Wilson MRCVS and Siobhan Carfray REVN joined a team of five other equine vets to volunteer their time and expertise for an educational and welfare castration clinic held at Bowhouse Equestrain Centre.
Bare pastures and potential hay shortages, coupled with early transatlantic storms blowing seeds from laden sycamore trees, have created the ‘perfect storm’ to increase the risks of atypical myopathy for grazing horses, warns the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA). Experts are advising horse owners to take steps now to minimise the risks of this fatal disease.
At Loch Leven Equine practice we are always looking at ways to enhance our clients experience and it’s no surprise that many businesses are looking at ways of having an increased online presence. We’d like to welcome you to our brand new website, which we hope you enjoy using.
Our monthly clipping clinics, for those horses requiring sedation, will run on Tuesday 2nd October, Thursday 8th November, Wednesday 5th December and Thursday 10th January.
To celebrate 13 years in business and 5 years since the opening of our clinic we ran an open day on 2nd September which attracted a huge turnout.
We are delighted to be running in conjunction with BHS Fife a 'BHS Horse First Aid Certificate course' designed at all levels of horse owners ad people training towards exams.
We are really excited to be hosting our next client evening with Catriona Goulding, Animal Physiotherapist at HOWE Country Centre on Monday 1stOctober.
Since joining the practice Lochberry's had quite an eventful time and today he got his first flu and tetanus vaccine and his very own microchip.
We put the job out to our brilliant facebook followers who decided that out Wonderpony should be called ‘Lochberry’.