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    • AUGUST 2, 2020
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    Vets On Wheels Equine Orthopaedic Case Study – LEMON

    Case Study : A 17 year old Standardbred trotter who is retired from racing was found in his paddock with an injury to his knee.  The wound was assessed at the stables by Dr Claire, but due to the depth and severity of the wound he was taken to the Vets On Wheels Marsa clinic

    • MARCH 2, 2020
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    Caring for your pregnant mare

    Most mares foal at 330-336 days of gestation.   Before foaling Six weeks before please ensure your mare receives a booster vaccination for tetanus and influenza If the mare is due to foal in a different stable than normal, she should be moved to the stable six weeks before foaling. Ideally she should be bedded

    • MARCH 1, 2020
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    PAIN-FREE POOCHES! ACUPUNCTURE, LASER and more in our PAIN MANAGEMENT CLINIC

    PAIN-FREE POOCHES! ACUPUNCTURE, LASER and more in our PAIN MANAGEMENT CLINIC

      On Tuesdays, Dr Katiucha Galea, Vet Surgeon, and Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist and Naomi Richardson, Certified Veterinary Physiotherpist, will be seeing our most sensitive patients, that are suffering from musculoskeletal pain due to injury or age. Using a combination of Acupuncture, Manual Therapy, Laser and Ultrasound, the aim of these clinicsl is to reduce the

    • OCTOBER 18, 2019
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    GET READY FOR THE FLU! + YOUR HORSE TOO!

    GET READY FOR THE FLU! + YOUR HORSE TOO!

    Thinking of getting the Influenza vaccine this winter? Don’t forget your horse needs vaccinations too! What are horses vaccinated for? All horses, ponies and donkeys over the age of 6 months should be vaccinated for Influenza and Tetanus. How can I check if my horse is vaccinated? All vaccinations are recorded in your horse’s passport. 

    • SEPTEMBER 17, 2019
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    Rig Surgery at the Clinic

    Rig Surgery at the Clinic

    Cryptorchids, also known as Rigs are stallions whose testicles do not descend in their scrotum as they mature. It is especially problematic in horses as it results in a low sperm count and decreased fertility, yet the testicles still produce testosterone which result in a stallion-like behaviour as the horse grows older.   In the

    • MAY 27, 2019
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    Equine Surgery Is Now Available

    The BIG DAY is approaching!! On the weekend of the 8th of June we finally open our Surgery doors to 4 equine patients. Dr. Katiucha Galea, with our guest surgeon from the Clinic of Grosbois, Dr. Martin Genton, will be performing 3 arthroscopies, and a Rig (Cryptorchid) castration. This is a huge milestone in the