If you are acquiring a horse, you should have a pre-purchase veterinary exam. A pre-purchase exam provides the buyer with information about the horse’s current medical condition and suitability for the buyer’s intended use. Some of problems that can be overlooked when buying a new horse include cardiac abnormalities, eye abnormalities and lameness. We utilize a rigorous examination protocol to detect abnormalities or problems in the horse and discuss our findings with the potential purchaser.
Veterinary Medical Center offers full pre-purchase examinations that can be performed at your farm, and can include digital radiographs, drug testing and evaluation for breeding soundness.
Please give us a call today to schedule an equine pre-purchase exam if you are acquiring a horse.
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