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Cold-Weather Colic

By Scott Leibsle, DVM Colic – Dec 20th, 12 Well here we are again … winter! The average horse owner is likely well-acquainted with his or her horse’s colic risk regardless of the season, but with cold weather come complicating factors that all owners should prepare for.   The No. 1 cause of colic during … Continue reading »

Cold Weather for Pets and Livestock

Cold Weather for Pets and Livestock When record cold, with ice and snow hit, as part of Animal Emergency Preparedness, animal owners should be aware and ready to protect their pets and livestock and do the proper things to help them through this unusual cold spell.  Following are a number of concerns and recommendations: Our … Continue reading »

Welcome Back Dr. Aly Ainsworth

Valley Equine Associates is excited to welcome back to our practice starting Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Dr. Aly Ainsworth Dr. Ainsworth grew up in Charlottesville, VA where she rode and showed horses locally.  She received a BS degree from the University of Virginia in 2006.  While at UVA she played on the polo team and was … Continue reading »

New Traffic Pattern

The road in front of our office is closed. The new 5th Ave is open. If you are headed to our office from the bypass you will need to go around the new “round about” toward the track (casino) or 5th ave. Turn on to RACETRACK STREET to your… LEFT. If you are coming from … Continue reading »