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Equine Wellness Plan Description

Equine Wellness Plans

Our four Wellness Plan options work to make the most of your veterinary care budget by offering a carefully constructed vaccine and health care schedule at significant savings from regular prices.

Clients need not be present during Wellness Plan visits as long as horses can be easily identified and caught. Please note that Wellness Plan prices do not include the farm call fee.


Our Premier Plan

Wellness Plan 1: Six visits per year - $82.00 per horse per visit 10% savings

  • Visit #1 January/February - Full Physical Exam, Flu/Rhino
  • Visit #2 March/April - EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus, Laboratory Fecal Analysis.
  • Visit #3 May/June - Flu/Rhino, Dental Exam
  • Visit #4 July/August - EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus.
  • Visit #5 September/October - Flu/Rhino, Laboratory Fecal Analysis
  • Visit #6 November/December – Rabies, Laboratory Blood panel: CBC, Chemistry, and Fibrinogen.

For clients enrolled in Wellness Plan #1, farm call fees are half the normal fee, provided that we can schedule the appointments at our convenience. In order to maximize our efficiency, we will be scheduling farms in the same area on the same day. If this is not possible, a full farm call fee will be charged.

Other Services And Vaccines Available: These other services are offered to clients enrolled Wellness Plan #1 at significantly discounted prices and include:

  • Annual Strangles vaccine
  • Annual Botulism vaccine
  • Coggins
  • Health certificates
  • Dental floats
  • Deworming

Wellness Plan 2

Three visits per year - $170 per horse per visit 10% savings

  • Visit #1 January-April – Full Physical Exam, EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus, Flu/Rhino, Laboratory Fecal Analysis.
  • Visit #2 May-August – Dental Exam, EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus, Flu/Rhino.
  • Visit #3 – September-December – Rabies, Flu/Rhino. Laboratory Blood panel – CBC, Chemistry, and Fibrinogen, Laboratory Fecal Analysis.

* Deworming can be provided upon request

The price of Wellness Plan #2 does not include the farm call fee.


Wellness Plan 3

Two visits per year - $250 per horse per visit a 5% savings

  • Visit #1 January-June – Full Physical Exam, Laboratory Fecal Analysis, EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus, Flu/Rhino.
  • Visit #2 July-December – Dental Exam, EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus, Flu/Rhino, Rabies, Laboratory Blood Panel (CBC, Chemistry, and Fibrinogen), Laboratory Fecal Analysis.

* Deworming can be provided upon request

The price of Wellness Plan #3 does not include the farm call fee.


The Basic Necessities Plan

This plan provides all of the needed vaccinations to properly protect your horse without exams and diagnostic tests.

Three visits per year - $95 per horse per visit fees are comprised of regular pricing

  • Visit #1 January-April – Flu/Rhino, EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus.
  • Visit #2 May-Augusts – Flu/Rhino, EWT, Potomac Horse Fever, West Nile Virus.
  • Visit #3 September-December – Flu/Rhino, Rabies, Dental Exam

Available options

Laboratory Fecal Analysis: $44.00

  • Consider choosing 1 or 2 to test periodically to keep tabs on the whole herd.

Bloodwork: CBC/Chemistry/Fibrinogen - $95.00

  • Most important for horses in routine work or with ongoing medical conditions.

Full Physical Exam: $65.00

  • Most important for horses in routine work or with ongoing medical conditions.
  • Recommended once a year.

Deworming:

  • Double Strongid
  • Equine Ivermectin
  • Ivermectin/Praziquantal

Contact office for prices


New patients receive $25 off their first visit.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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