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  • Is this a Chiropractic issue?
    A few weeks ago a very observant trainer called to schedule a yearling for a chiropractic evaluation.  He was hoping an adjustment would improve the movement in the hind end Read more
  • Use of Lasix in horses
    Many people use furosemide (Salix, Lasix) routinely to help prevent bleeding in horses suffering from EIPH (Exercise Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage).  In most cases, a dose of furosemide is given and Read more
  • Equine Dentistry
    Dental care in horses is as important as it is in people! Horses' teeth erupt throughout life (grow) and so develop sharp points and cheek ulcers pretty rapidly. Read more
  • Equine Chiropractic - Is a bone really out of place?
    Many people think when the chiropractor says you are "out" that a bone is out of place.  This is not true!  The same applies to your horse.  When we are examining Read more
  • Equine Chiropractic and Equine Dentistry
    Many people know that equine dentistry is important because sharp enamel points on the sides of the premolars and molars can cause sores (ulcers) along the cheeks-- causing pain.  But Read more
  • Equine Chiropractic - The problem with compensation
    Every area of the body was designed with a specific job in mind.  Every muscle and joint is programmed to use a specific range of motion.  The whole body is also Read more

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Monday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

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  • "I consider myself very blessed to have a caring and knowledgeable team like Randy and Kathy looking out for my animals. Thank you guys for all you do!"
    Kate H. / Adrian, MO