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Sustainability is important to the whole team at Wensum Valley Vets and we know that it is important to our clients to!
Read our November 2023 Newsletter
Disorders of the Equine Eye
Injuries and disease of the eye, eyelid and tear ducts are common presentations within the practice.
Read our October 2023 Newsletter
Atypical myopathy is a severe and potentially fatal muscle disorder in horses that have eating fallen sycamore seeds.
Read our September 2023 Newsletter
Liver problems are relatively common in horses, however it can often prove difficult to pinpoint the cause
Read our August 2023 Newsletter
Sacroilliac (SI) Disease
The sacroiliac (SI) joint is a complicated region at the junction of two major bones: the ilium (part of the pelvis) and the sacrum (part of the spinal column).
Read our June 2023 Newsletter
What Is Laminitis?
With the arrival of Spring and a fresh flush of grass, we enter the time of year when laminitis is a rising concern.
Read our May 2023 Newsletter
Find out more about the complementary therapies we can offer at Wensum Valley Vets.
Read our April 2023 Newsletter
What is Equine Odontoclastic Tooth Resorption and Hypercementosis and how to treat it?
Read our March 2023 Newsletter
Many mares foal without problems, however it is important to know what is normal, so as to act quickly if needed.
Read our February 2023 Newsletter
It is now understood that the main cause of laminitis in horses is endocrine disease.
Read our January 2023 Newsletter
Sand Colic....what is it?
Sand colic is abdominal pain (colic) secondary to ingesting sand. Due to its weight, sand ingested can accumulate in the bowel.
Read our December 2022 Newsletter
Care of the Geriatric Horse
Due to advances in care for modern day horses, average life span has increased. The age a horse or pony is considered geriatric varies with each.
Read our November 2022 Newsletter
Tim has learnt various methods for removing diseased teeth during his Continued Professional Development including studying for a Certificate in Equine Dentistry.
Read our October 2022 Newsletter
This summer’s hot and dry weather won’t have gone unnoticed by many, especially horse owners, where the soaring temperatures can bring a new set of concerns.
Read our September 2022 Newsletter
Sinusitis is an infection of the sinuses. These are air-filled cavities which make up a
large proportion of the equine head.
Read our August 2022 newsletter
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