Drs. Wheat, Peralez, Brown and Jones and our staff are dedicated to discovering the causes of your horse’s health concerns. We aim to provide top-quality customer service backed by exceptional horse care.
Experts on Horse Health
Our high standards enable us to provide the devoted care that your horse deserves. We know trusting your horse’s health with a stranger can be difficult, which is why we make our best effort to get to know our horses and their owners on a more personal level. We implement diagnostic imaging alongside laboratory services to provide horse owners with a well-defined diagnosis. Should a veterinary emergency occur, we make our best effort to see horse patients promptly and provide care as soon as possible.
As a veterinary practice, we know that by providing our horse owners with a thorough understanding of numerous horse conditions, we are empowering them to make more informed decisions regarding their horse’s treatment. Through comprehensive exams and investigative practice, we can express our concerns about your horse’s health and propose a knowledgeable solution.
The Veterinary Oath
We have taken the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) oath:
[we] solemnly swear to use [our] scientific knowledge and skills
for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health,
the relief of animal suffering,
the conservation of livestock resources,
the promotion of public health
and the advancement of medical knowledge.
[We] will practice [the] profession conscientiously, with dignity
and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.[We] accept as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement
of [our] professional knowledge and competence.”
A Positive Experience
Our veterinary office focuses on treating the issue at hand but doesn’t neglect additional health concerns a horse may be exhibiting. Our knowledgeable, friendly staff are here to help make your experience with us both educational and enjoyable.
If your horse is overdue for their annual wellness exam, schedule an appointment today. Catching medical concerns before they develop opens your horse up to further treatment options that could save their life!