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The Signs of Colic

If you are not unsure if it is an emergency ALWAYS contact a veterinarian IMMEDIATELY ALWAYS contact a Veterinarian IMMEDIATELY with reports of sick or injured horses.

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Rabies

RABIES: WHAT IS THE RISK? If contracted, rabies is 100% fatal for humans and horses.

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Equine Herpesvirus (EHV) Information

Every few years, Equine Herpesvirus (EHV) makes its way into the horse world headlines. We hear terrifying stories about quarantine and crippling neuropathies, often leading to fear, blame, and miscommunication of information. Then, the commotion

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How to Vaccinate Your Horse

How to Vaccinate Your Horse. Some people wish to vaccinate their own horses for economic or other reasons. At Reata we want to see every horse in Southern Arizona properly vaccinated because we know that this is the best way to prevent potentially

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Why Your Veterinarian Should Be The One To Vaccinate Your Horse

A vaccination given to a horse by an owner or person other than a veterinarian may not produce the desired cost savings you may be looking for or the amount of protection your horse needs. Consider the following factors before deciding to administer

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Reata Equine Veterinary

Reata Equine Veterinary Group is a full-service mobile equine-only veterinary practice in Southern Arizona dedicated to providing the best medical and wellness care for your horse.

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24/7 Emergency Services

If you call the office with an emergency during regular hours our friendly staff will listen to your emergency and provide immediate help. If the emergency happens after hours, call (520) 749-1446 and the answering machine will connect you to the veterinarian on call so that you receive the help you need.


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