February 17, 2017

Why is my horse so hairy?

January 12, 2017

My fat horse foundered!

During October 2016, Timber was presented to a Prescott Animal Hospital Equine Center veterinarian on the farm for hives. Timber had no history of hives before this episode. He was mildly overweight with a body […]
October 12, 2016

Techs are the backbone of our practice

National Veterinary Technician Appreciation week is October 16-22, 2016.  We wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the veterinary technicians that work here at Prescott Animal Hospital Equine Center.  The clinic could not function […]
July 5, 2016

Equine Ophthalmic Emergencies

Horses are prone to eye injuries due to the location of their eyes on their head. Trauma to the eye is a true equine emergency and should be evaluated by a veterinarian immediately. Some clinical […]
June 1, 2016

Straight from the Horses’ Mouth

The How’s and Why’s of Equine Dental Care Horses have a unique set of chompers that warrant personalized care to keep them comfortable and healthy at all stages of life.  As an animal that evolved […]
May 11, 2016

The Role of the Referral Hospital

At some point or another, all field veterinarians have had a case where they felt that they were running out of options.  One of the most common cases that this may occur with is the […]
April 3, 2016

Horse Health: Vaccinations

How many times do both owners and veterinarians take the “simple” things for granted?  The last time you called your veterinarian to schedule your horse’s routine shots, how much thought did you put into what […]
March 9, 2016

The Geriatric Horse

An older horse is usually a treasured member of the barn. Keeping the geriatric horse healthy and happy is a labor of love. A horse is considered to be geriatric if it is over 20 […]
February 9, 2016
Feb 2nd, 2016 “As Sunland Park and Turf Paradise remain under quarantine due to an outbreak of EHV-1 (equine herpesvirus), we turned to the experts for answers on this serious and highly contagious illness. According […]