We are able to offer a full equine dental service. Regular dental examinations are vital in horses and ponies to maintain health and performance.
Ridings Equine Vets has an exciting opportunity for an experienced credit controller to join our small friendly team based in Darrington, West Yorkshire. The Credit Controller is responsible for managing the accounts receivable and minimising bad debts to ensure the practice operates efficiently and maximising cash flow.
2017 is going so quick I can’t believe we’re in Autumn already! Atypical Myopathy (sycamore poisoning) is a disease close to my heart as my horse Clover had the disease in 2012 so it’s important to me that all our clients understand the disease and what they can do to prevent it, I don’t want anyone to have to experience it for themselves.
Ridings Equine Vets have an exciting vacancy for a veterinary groom at our equine veterinary practice based in Darrington, West Yorkshire.
Ridings Equine Vets is expanding and we are looking for an additional receptionist to assist with ensuring our client care and experience is exceptional. Based in Darrington, West Yorkshire.
The RVC has introduced a new test to enable horse owners to have samples of the sycamore leaves, seeds and seedlings in or around their pastures testing for the toxin known to cause Equine Atypical Myopathy
A guide to Strangles vaccination in horses from Ridings Equine Vets
Deciding whether to treat your horse for Equine Cushing’s Disease or PPID is not an easy decision to make. Here I try to help guide your decision.
Ridings Equine Vets have a vacancy for an administrator to join our equine only veterinary practice based near Darrington in West Yorkshire.
Sarcoids should never be underestimated. My professor at University once told me the only thing predictable about a sarcoid is they are unpredictable! Although most sarcoids can be treated with a fairly good success rate it would be foolish to make this assumption without considering the facts. Approximately 8% of horses in the UK suffer from sarcoids and while they rarely lead to death they can become so debilitating that euthanasia is necessary.