Emergency Services

24 Hour Emergency Care 365 Days a Year*

  • ACUTE ABDOMINAL PAIN/COLIC
  • LACERATIONS/WOUNDS
  • NON-WEIGHT BEARING LAMENESS
  • EYE INJURIES
  • DYSTOCIA (DIFFICULT BIRTH)

Remember to remain calm and know vital information before calling:

1

Clinical Signs

Tell us what’s wrong, severity and duration of symptoms.
2

Vital Signs

Normal Vital Signs:
Temperature: 99-101.0
Pulse/Heart Rate: 32-44 beats per minute
Respiratory Rate: 8-20 breaths per minute at rest
Capillary refill time: Less than 2 seconds
Mucous membranes: Pale pink
3

Medications your horse is taking

If we do not answer, leave a message. We may be dealing with another ER and will call you back within 15 minutes. If you do not hear back from us in that time frame, please call again.

* We do not provide emergency services for small animals.

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