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Vaccines…are they really that simple?

By: Denise A. Gorondy, DVM The act of administering a vaccination to a horse may seem very simple.  However, the knowledge required to properly understand vaccine science and ensure that a horse is optimally vaccinated is very complex. This article will provide helpful information that horse owners can use to improve their horse’s preventive health… Read more »

Pharmacology 101

By: Denise A. Gorondy, DVM There are many occasions that horse owners are instructed to administer medications to their horses either to treat a new condition, to manage an ongoing condition, or during an emergency situation. However, not all horse owners are familiar with commonly used medications and/or why they are being instructed to administer… Read more »

Parasite Management Strategies

By: Jennifer L. Wright, DVM Three Oaks Equine Veterinary Services is very fortunate to service a clientele that has a thirst for knowledge and an overwhelming desire to provide the most up-to-date and progressive care for their horses.  As such, this article will hopefully begin to answer the barrage of questions received daily regarding the… Read more »

Evaluation of the Equine Foot

By: Denise A. Gorondy, DVM We’ve all heard the saying…”No hoof, No horse” and indeed it is true. A horse that lacks good quality, well balanced feet is likely to eventually develop lameness or other musculoskeletal issues as a result of their bad feet! There is quite a bit involved in evaluating the quality and… Read more »

Equine Preventive Health Care

By: Denise A. Gorondy, DVM Three Oaks Equine Veterinary Services is excited to continue to provide our Equine Wellness Program, a comprehensive preventive health care program designed specifically for you and your equine companions. Our Wellness program includes three levels of care which allow you and your veterinarian to work together to  determine your horse’s… Read more »

Equine Dental Care

By: Denise A. Gorondy, DVM Equine dentistry is the practice of floating horse’s teeth in an effort to maintain healthy dentition, balance and alignment, and to identify and correct dental problems. Equine teeth begin to erupt at or around the time of birth and continue to develop until a horse has a mature mouth at… Read more »