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Recognizing an Emergency

Knowing your horse’s normal behavior is very important in recognizing when he is sick. You should call the veterinarian when your horse is not “right,” before beginning any treatment. In the following common situations, early intervention is

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Treating an Injury

There are many things a horse owner can do for their horse that may not require a veterinarian. However, it is best to have an established relationship with a veterinarian before any kind of medical care is needed for your horse. Routine wellness

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Artificial Insemination

This procedure involves collecting the semen from the stallion and placing it in the mare’s uterus without a natural cover and by artificial means.

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Cooled Semen

The introduction of cooled semen in the horse breeding industry has dramatically changed the process of selecting a suitable stallion to sire your next foal. Finding the right sire can be difficult when you are trying to match the current trends in

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Frozen Semen

INTRODUCTION:

    • Frozen Semen for artificial insemination (FAI ) has been used in dairy cattle successfully for years.
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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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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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