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Lathangie MRCVS is now on the veteri-nary team for Kelso Races. The Race-course Vet team consists of 5 Vets all of whom are experienced Equine Vets and have undergone further Casualty manage-ment training to ensure the welfare of the racehorses at each meeting.
Reminders Winter worming due now Dental promotion—DEC/JAN/FEB 10% off all teeth rasping. Bring your horse/pony to our equine clinic at POTSCLOSE for purpose built facilities and also save on visit charges.
Foals can be vaccinated by 5 mths and must be microchipped and have a pass- port by 6 mths or 31st Dec (whichever is earlier).
Join us on Facebook! EQUINE NEWSLETTER Lice Lice infestations are very common during the winter months, particularly in horses and ponies with thick winter coats. They can be separated into two varieties; bloodsucking (Haematopinus asini)and
biting lice (Damalinia equi). The sucking louse is generally the bigger of the two and is found mainly in longer hair, for example the mane, tail and feather
region. The biting louse tends to live closer to the skin and can therefore be harder to spot. These lice are generally found along the back and sides of the horse.
Both types of lice are extremely irritating to the horse, which may rub or bite itself, causing sores or quite major skin damage. Heavy infestations will cause hair loss and the sucking type may consume enough blood to cause anaemia in the horse.
Lice are extremely contagious and are generally transmitted by direct con-tact between horses, however can survive for a few days in rugs, groom-ing brushes and tack, so may be spread in this manner.
Historically treatment of lice involved various shampoos and louse powder, however they tended to have little long-term efficacy and were therefore often disappointing. Products containing Permethrin, such as Switch have been found to be very effective in killing the lice and if used again four weeks later will kill off any hatching larvae. It is also important to treat rugs and numnahs by washing them or using a louse powder on them. Please speak to one of the vets if you want advice on lice treatments.
We are again offering a pro- motion on Equine Dental treat- ments (‘teeth rasping’). During the months of Dec, Jan and Feb we will be giving 10% off all treatments. We strongly advise bringing your horse/ pony to our Equine Facility at Potsclose nr. Kelso where pos- sible . As well as saving your- self a visit charge the clinic enables us to carry the dental work out in a safe , purpose built environment. (we can visit your stables if you have
A dental examination in progress at Potsclose Equine Clinic, Kelso.
trouble with transport). We are able to carry out full dental examinations with or without
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