In Home Care for Dogs, Cats & Horses
Rebecca D. Young, DVM
540 382 3993
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Cedar Run Veterinary Services
Early detection of problems during physical exam can help keep small problems from turning into big problems.  The staff at Cedar Run Veterinary Services will evaluate and discuss your horse's well-being during the physical exam. We can often help you easily address common problems during the exam, such as: foot comfort; bit issues; skin issues; parasite control; nutrition and eye issues.
 
Due to the varied use and management of horses, we offer a la cart services for our equine patients.  ALL horses should be vaccinated against a minimum core of diseases, and then some horses are vaccinated against additional diseases due to the horse's environment or lifestyle.
 
Dental examination and filing (if needed) is an important part of the healthcare for your horse. Regular dental maintenance makes it easier to maintain peak performance, improve attitude, and maintain appropriate body condition, while reducing risk for colic or choke.
 
Work with Cedar Run Veterinary Services to keep your horse(s) healthy and comfortable; it may be the best investment you can make for your horse.
Low Risk Horse Care
 
Low risk horses are horses which live in a closed herd.  No herd members contact other horses.
(i.e. horses which are NEVER used for shows, trail rides or kept at a public stable.)
 
Physical Exam annually
 
EWT/West Nile & Tetanus Vaccination annually (Normally Spring)
 
Lyme Vaccination annually (Normally Spring)
 
Rabies Vaccination annually (Normally Spring)
 
Potomac Vaccination (As indicated by property every 6 months) (Spring & Fall)
 
Dental Exam annually
 
Dental Floating as indicated (normally every 12-18 months)
 
 
 
  High Risk Horse Care
 
High risk horses are horses which do not live in a closed herd.  Some/all of the herd contacts other horses.  (i.e. horses used for shows, trail rides or horses kept at a public stable)
 
Physical Exam twice a year
 
EWT/West Nile & Tetanus Vaccination annually (Normally Spring)
 
Lyme Vaccination annually
 
Rabies Vaccination annually (Normally Fall)
 
Rhino/Flu Vaccination every 6 months(Spring & Fall)
 
Strangles Vaccination annually (Normally Fall)
 
Potomac Vaccination (As indicated by property every 6 months) (Spring & Fall)
 
Dental Exam every 6 months
 
Dental Floating as indicated (normally every 12-18 months)
Rebecca D. Young, DVM
Cedar Run Veterinary Services
PO Box 276
Christiansburg, VA 24068
Phone: (540)382-3993
E-Mail: WCrowe@CedarRunVet.com
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