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CEVS strives to provide personalized, caring service to its patients while offering the best quality medicine possible. Whether a retired companion, weekend warrior or performance animal, we look forward to talking with you on how we can best help!

Caring for the Older Horse

The American Association of Equine Practitioners Touch program has been kind enough to share an article with their 10 Tips for Caring for the Older Horse. We hope you enjoy! Observe your horse on a regular basis. Watch for changes in body condition, behavior, and attitude. Address problems, even seemingly …


The Perils of Fall Grass

Most horse owners are aware of the dangers of lush spring grass, but did you know that fall grasses can be just as harmful? Laminitis, or founder, is always harmful to our horses and can be triggered by the stressed fall grass.   Laminitis is inflammation of the laminae in …