All the Services provided by Red Rock Equine Veterinary are done on-site at the patient’s boarding location and all our diagnostic and treatment equipment is portable. A few of the services we offer are:

  • Internal Medicine Consults
    • Unexplained Weight Loss
    • Chronic Diseases
    • Recurrent Colic
    • Frequent Diarrhea
    • Head Shaking
  • Metabolic and Hormonal disorders
    • Equine Cushing’s Disease/PPID
    • Metabolic Syndrome
    • Insulin resistance
    • Laminitis
    • Reproductive and Behavior Disturbances
  • Ophthalmology Exams
    • Panophthalmoscope
    • Digital tonometer to measure eye pressure
    • Ultrasonography
    • Intraocular and subconjunctival injections
    • Surgeries and Eye Removal
  • Digital X-ray
    • Laminitis
    • Lameness
    • Pre-Purchase Exams
    • Dental disease, EORTH and Sinus problems
    • Neck and Back conditions
  • Video-endoscopy
    • Diagnosis of Gastric Ulcers
    • Respiratory Disease
  • Routine and Advanced Dentistry
    • Dental Extractions
    • Periodontal disease treatment
    • EORTH management
    • Oral Cavity Endoscopy with image recording
  • Neurological Conditions
    • Wobblers
    • West Nile
    • Herpesvirus
    • Neck/Cervical Disease
  • Ultrasound Examination
  • Abdominal and Thoracic Tumors and Infections
    • Liver and Kidney Disease
    • Tendons and Ligaments injuries
    • Pregnancy Monitoring
  • IRAP and PRP Capabilities
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Approximately 40 min from Headquarters

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