Introductions, goodbyes and another Client Evening just around the corner
What have we been up to, and what's ahead? Find out more in our latest newsletter along with articles on laminitis and cracked feet.
Round up of seasonal topics and events from the equine vets at The George
The cost of fuel, maintenance and the running of our vehicles has significantly increased over the last year. Whilst we have managed to honour our no-fee visits throughout, we have decided to review our daytime visit fees with effect from 1st January 2023.
Find out what the team have been up to over the last few months as well as our thoughts on the coming season.
Our new Donkey Health Club is launching. An exclusive club with many benefits.
Our seasonal update from the equine clinic team with information on acupuncture, vaccinations and behaviour modification.
As we emerge from winter into spring there is much we can be doing for our horses.
Staff updates, events, worming reminder, 2022 pub quiz, PPID and next year's Christmas card are all among the topics covered by the team in our latest edition.
Read about Jo Gillingham's recent volunteering here and on our Facebook page.
Information correct at time of posting (September 2021) - always check the regulations prior to competitions & events
Summer is upon us and with it our latest edition of the newsletter from the Equine Clinic team.
You may be aware of the recent outbreak of Equine Herpes Virus within Europe.
Spring has sprung! Our latest newsletter is now available with some excellent news for the team.
Join us for our upcoming Zoom clinical club and quiz
As the horse world gets going again with the competition season starting and the countryside looking amazing, we are really pleased to welcome Jenny Hindmarsh to our equine vet team.
A revision of advice from our governing body, the RCVS, means we are able again to offer vaccinations and dentals for your horses and ponies.
We've held off a little in publishing this to get a feel of how Covid-19 will impact all of us in terms of our equine lifestyles.
We are changing how we work currently to focus on emergency care and to limit social contact and travel
We're hosting a quiz on Thursday 30th January at The Royal Old Ship in Luckington to raise funds for Actions for Pulmonary Fibrosis.
In order to take full advantage of the beautifully light, summer evenings, we're going to be offering evening appointments for the month of July.
It's been a busy competition season here at The George Equine Clinic with so many of you out and about with your horses.
Following this morning's news in the press, please find our practical advice sheet on Equine Influenza
Happy Christmas everyone! What lies ahead?
Join us for a session in technical XC challenges with Olympic Gold medallist Matt Ryan
We 're delighted to welcome Alice Croxford BVM BVS MRCVS to the equine team.
There's a lot to tell you about in this season's update from The George Equine Clinic.
At The George Equine Clinic, we want to help you give your horses a long, fit and healthy life. This month's newsletter is a neat summary of who we are and the benefits of choosing our team to look after your horses.
With a team that includes three FEI treating veterinarians, two advanced practitioners and also current and former competition riders we are ideally placed to help you get the best from your sports horse.
From the competition horse to the retired horse, we care. We are committed to delivering continuity of care, with the same vet seeing each case from start to finish, ensuring the very best treatment for your horse.
We have recently launched our own online store where you can access equine health products trusted and used by The George Equine Clinic.
Tuesday 20th March - The Painted Horse in work, with international dressage rider Abbie Newbury
Here is our latest published article from the Ridgeway Rider magazine
A little bit of fun with a chance to win a lovely prize. Go on, take a break and have a go.
A big thank you to everyone who came to our recent equine event at Malmesbury Town Hall.
Our latest newsletter is now available