Health Plans now available for 2020

These plans are super popular. The basis of health care is knowing what’s happening with your horse. You get 2 COMPLETE in depth physical exams and the opportunity to discuss all the findings with your vet. They also include the regular routine health care procedures such as vaccinations, fecal tests for parasites, dental exam + float, and more. All this peace of mind with great savings on top!

Frequently Asked Questions

Our 2020 EHMP plans are available for purchase until July 1st, 2020. This allows for all of your plan items to be completed in the calendar year.

Typically, the second visit is scheduled 6 months after the first one. This ensures that your horse will receive their planned vaccines on schedule. All visits must be completed in 2020.
You can schedule your visits when it works best for you and your horse, but most owners prefer to have one visit in the spring and the second in the fall.
EHMP programs are nonrefundable, nontransferable, and included items cannot be omitted for discount or substituted.
No worries, they can still take advantage of the health plan. There is an additional cost for the required booster vaccine and call fee 3 weeks after the first visit, otherwise everything works the same.
That’s not a problem. Health Plan procedures can also be done on the second visit. The vet will discuss everything with you at the first visit.

Our vaccine strategy follows the AAEP guidelines for “Core Vaccines” recommended in our area.

This includes:

  • Flu/Rhino
  • Tetanus
  • West Nile Virus.

We have also added:

  • WEE/EEE encephalitis vaccine
  • Flu/Rhino booster @ 6months

You can discuss the vaccinations with the veterinarian, but we feel this immunization protocol gives you full protection against disease exposure.

We’ve included a second, sedated full dental exam as well as a second float (only if needed) for our older patients.
Doing a sedated exam allows us to thoroughly check the health of all their teeth. As horses age, this becomes increasingly important. Not every older horse needs dental corrections done at 6 month intervals, but if yours does, we’ve got that covered for you. The vet will discuss what’s needed upon examination at the visit.

Still have some questions ?