February is Equine Dental Month

Equine Dental Month February 1-28, 2017 $100 Includes exam and one round of sedation No Extractions Fees Apply for Extra Sedation By Appointment Only @ Valley Equine Associates Monday thru Friday Only Farm Call Fee is NOT Included Call Us Today!!  304-725-1471  

Welcome Dr. Sarah Carter

Valley Equine Associates would like you to welcome our newest veterinarian, Dr. Sarah Carter. Dr. Carter is originally from Pickerington, Ohio and received a BS degree in zoology in 2008 and her DVM in 2012, both from Michigan State University.  Dr. Carter has worked in mixed small and large animal practices, but found that she … Continue reading »

Caring for Your Horse’s Teeth

Caring for your horse’s teeth is important to his or her overall health. It’s especially important because, unlike humans or other animals, a horse’s teeth never stop growing. Irregular wear and other tooth problems can cause everything from pain to colic to behavioral problems and weight loss. Below, are some tips on equine dental care … Continue reading »

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 »