The Best Equine Vets and Horse Health Care Practitioners in Vermont

Horse health care in Vermont includes a good internal parasite control program. Routine fecal egg counts, fecal egg count reduction tests, pasture rotation and manure management are all integral components of an effective deworming program. The practice to deworm horses four to six times a year or to use rotational-routine deworming protocols has increased the rate of parasite anthelmintic resistance. Contact your veterinarian for more information.

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J & M PEMF
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Equine Vet & Health
Milton, VT
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The Balanced Equine
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Equine Vet & Health
Bennington, VT
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Precision Equine Floating
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Equine Vet & Health
Putnam, CT
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EquiQi
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Equine Vet & Health
Andover, CT
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SK Magna Wave
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Equine Vet & Health
Wayne, NJ
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Hands on Hooves Equine Sports Massage Therapy
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Equine Vet & Health
Chester County, PA
(3 reviews)
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Trails & Tails Equine Sports Massage by Juls (ESMT)
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Equine Vet & Health
Carlisle, PA
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Happy Natural Horse
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Equine Vet & Health
Boonsboro, MD
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Back in Balance Equine Massage
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Equine Vet & Health
Cleveland, OH
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