Here at EVA-Woodforest Veterinary Medical Center, we are proud to offer equine castrations.
We understand how important it is to castrate your stallions. Castrated horses are easier to handle and can be placed in pastures with other geldings and mares too. They have fewer health risks than stallions, including being less likely to the fight with other horses or develop prostate cancer, among other things. For this reason, unless you are planning to breed your stallion, you should castrate him when he is around six months old.
Because castrations are so important, we want to make the procedure as easy as possible for you. We are well equipped to come to your farm and castrate your horse in a quiet spot.
After giving anesthesia to your horse, we will perform the castration and make sure he wakes up fine afterward. You should keep him in a safe place by himself for a few hours until all of the anesthesia wears off. In a few days, he should be back to his normal self.
If you have any questions about equine castration or would like to schedule an appointment for your horse, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (936) 273-1410.
Here at EVA-Woodforest Veterinary Medical Center, we specialize in lacerations treatment.
As a horse owner, you know there are issues that come up with horses. They can have many wounds and injuries in their lifetime. Horses can get injured from barbed wire, nails, fencing, glass, metal, or many other things. They can also run into things or over things that can injure them. Many of these injuries require you to contact your veterinarian’s office in order to make sure your horse heals properly.
When your horse receives a laceration from one of these causes, it is important to have us come out to make sure that the problem does not get any worse. Our practice is filled with the latest technology to ensure that your horse heals quickly. Our friendly and educated veterinarian also understands the latest techniques to assist your horse in the healing process.
Our staff members are animal lovers and do not want to see your horse in pain. We will do everything that we can to help your horse. Depending on the severity of the laceration, we may simply provide antibiotics. There are times when we may need to suture the laceration shut. No matter what needs to be done, we are here for you. We are always available to answer your questions.
If you have any questions regarding laceration treatment, contact us today at (936) 273-1410.