Equine Services

We offer a wide range of services catering for all types of horses and their owners.

Equine Services:

Bangor Surgery
LL57 4BG

Tel: 01248 351555
Emergency Tel: 01407 720800
Fax: 01248 354810

Equine services, including examination and treatment facilities are based at our Bangor surgery. We are conveniently located near the A55 with plenty of space for parking and turning.

Our equine unit is led by Dewi Williams B.Vet.Med. CertAVP[EM] MRCVS

“I carry out horse work for the practice. My clinical interests include reproduction, dentistry and medicine. I have a certificate qualification in Equine Medicine and am a RCVS listed Advanced Practitioner in that field”.

Routine and preventative health care services:

  • Comprehensive vaccination programmes
  • Equine passports and Microchipping
  • Parasite control – strategic worming programmes, faecal egg counts
  • Fly and midge control
  • Dental examination and treatment

JMB - The Joint Measurement Board Limited:

The Joint Measurement Board was established in 1934 to run a national scheme for the measurement of the height of horses and ponies for the purpose of description and classification of horses and ponies for competition. Click here to go to their site.

Diagnostic facilities:

Ultrasound scanning X-ray facilities – on site or portable Endoscopy Laboratory testing facilities

Clinical services:

Fertility programs- reproductive examinations, AI,mare scanning. Lameness examinations and treatment Wound treatment and management Dental treatment Investigation of medical conditions, Vetting – pre purchase examinations 2 and 5 stage and insurance vetting. Castration and minor surgery - many surgical procedures can be performed without transporting your horse. On site facilities for diagnostic procedures and minor surgery Plenty of friendly professional advice

Equine Newsletter September 2016 - click here

Navicular Syndrome in horses - click here click here
Managing pain in your horse - click here
Diagnosing lameness in your horse - click here
Diagnosing lameness using nerve blocks - click here

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