We love to hear from our clients, but we get it, you have questions and you don't want to call us for every little thing. Here are some resources for you to use to find legitimate information, whether you have a particular question you want answered, or just want a little extra information (or for light reading!).
Please note, the information provided on these websites is not intended to be a substitute for a veterinarian's exam or prescribed treatment. We do not recommend that you attempt to treat your horse without talking to one of our veterinarians. To make an appointment, or for an emergency, please call our main office at 469-579-5307.
Veterinary Medical Sites
For the American Association of Equine Practitioners' Horse Health Articles, please click the link below. These articles are written and/or approved by our national organization and have some excellent information for horse owners.
For the AAEP Guidelines, including recommended Vaccination Protocols and Emergency Preparedness plans, please check out the link below.
For the AAEP Parasite Control Guidelines, the link below will connect you to the most up-to-date deworming protocols.
For general veterinary medical information, please consult the Merck Veterinary Manual. This easily searched online manual is a great resource for horse owners, including signs, diagnosis, and treatments of most veterinary medical conditions.
For a more humorous take on most equine medical issues, please see Dr. David Ramey's website. He provides good information with a no-holds-barred, honest approach that we appreciate.