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Stud Newsletter 2018

The team of dedicated stud vets at the Sussex Equine Hospital is made up of Ed Lyall, Paula Broadhurst, Simon….

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Worms & Worming

There are numerous types of gastrointestinal parasites or “worms” as they are more frequently referred as. Worms are a burden….

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Blood transfusions

Blood transfusions Blood and plasma are vital fluid therapies for horses and foals. Unfortunately, there are no blood banks for….

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The Move To Ashington

Dear Client, The Arundel Equine Hospital – New Hospital We are pleased and excited to announce that the completion date….

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Colic Surgery?

Colic Surgery, should I put my horse through it? The term colic simply denotes abdominal pain within the horse’s abdomen…..

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Poor Performance

Investigating respiratory noise and poor performance: From elite equine Olympic athletes to childrens’ ponies, poor performance presents a significant problem….

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Bandaging

The ability to bandage your horse effectively when they injure themselves or have undergone a veterinary procedure, is advantageous to….

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New Hospital

Exciting Year Ahead for The Arundel Equine Hospital Many years ago we recognized that we need to expand our hospital….

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Chiropractic Treatments

November 2016 Olga and Simon have both successfully passed their certification with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic (IAVC) in….

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