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West Nile spreads across Northwest

By STEVE BROWN Capital Press A Washington state horse was euthanized this week after it contracted West Nile virus, and four other horses in Idaho and Oregon were diagnosed with the disease. Veterinarians are urging horse owners to vaccinate their … Continue reading

Worst Year for West Nile Is Expected

Oregon West Nile virus map attached WNV Map Click Here 1 Equine case was diagnosed yesterday in Klamath County  on top of positive mosquitoes and 1 positive bird in other areas of the State of Oregon. We may see human … Continue reading

Cammi and Tigger win the world

A big congratulations to the Benson family and their trainer Carolyn Horning for helping Cammi Benson and her amazing horse Tigger win the world.      Sisters rider wins the world By JimCornelius News EditorWhen she was 11 years old, … Continue reading

July 17, 2012

Land O’Lakes Purina Feed, LLC, has initiated a voluntary recall of specific lots of Purina WellSolve horse feeds due to the potential for elevated vitamin D levels, which could be harmful if fed for extended periods of time. Formula No. … Continue reading

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2012 Referral Program!

With summer right around the corner and horse show season in full swing, Tim W. Phillips, DVM, and staff  would like to say a big “thank you” for your business by offering a $10 credit to your account for every referral you … Continue reading

Like Us on Facebook and Win!

Like us on Facebook for your chance to be drawn for A $25 gift certificate towards services on your next appointment.  We will be doing a monthly drawing and will post the winner on our Facebook  page!  Keep checking our page … Continue reading

Foaling Fundamentals: The Top 10 List

By Patrick M. McCue, DVM, Ph.D., Diplomate American College of Theriogenologists GestationLength of horses is approximately 340-345 days.  The length of pregnancy is about 7-10 days longer for mares foaling out in the winter than for mares foaling out in … Continue reading