Fecal egg counts should also be used for deciding whether or not to deworm small ruminants. This is even more critical, as many of the dewormers currently being used have limited or NO effect in some populations. Based on previous deworming history, Fecal Egg Counts, and clinical signs we can make educated recommendations on deworming product choices, as well as if the animal needs to be dewormed at all.
Henderson Equine Clinic (and Small Ruminants!) has 24 hour, 7 days a week emergency coverage. One of our goals is to prevent as many emergencies as possible. Our medical philosophy stresses preventative medicine. We recommend yearly physicals, vaccinations, and regular fecal evaluation and deworming for all your animals.
If you are wondering if your situation is a true emergency, it is best to call as soon as you discover the situation and discuss the matter with our veterinarians.
First Aid is important for every animal owner to know and understand. Bonny has spent the last few years authoring a book on equine first aid that should be available in late 2012
We understand that emergencies are stressful for all involved. We pride ourselves on prompt, thorough and compassionate care at all times. Please do not hesitate to call if you have concerns after regular business hours.
Henderson Equine Clinic has the capability of seeing your animals at your farm or boarding location for both routine and emergency appointments.
We are equipped with portable ultrasound, computed radiography, power dentistry, general surgical packs, preventative medicine supplies, lameness evaluation tools, general veterinary supplies. Our trucks are equipped to meet your needs at your stabling facility.
We look forward to treating your horses, sheep, goats, alpacas, and llamas at your farm!