2015 Spring Health Maintenance

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This Spring Rhinebeck Equine will again be offering a series of dates for preventative health care  as a way to help our smaller stables and individual owners. By organizing our visits in this way, we will be able to charge a reduced call charge of $15 per owner. We are committed to keeping important preventative care affordable. In return, we must ask for payment at the time the services are provided. Due to the nature of the clinic days we will try but cannot promise to accommodate time constraints. Please allow your schedule to be flexiblel on the day of your appointment.

These special dates are for routine preventative care only.  Because of the large number of horses to be seen, we simply cannot address other medical issues during these visits. Routine screening tests for thyroid levels, ACTH/insulin, Lyme titers, fecal egg counts or CBC/Chemistry profiles can be done at this time as well, but because of tight scheduling, minimal time for consultations about these tests will be available during these visits. This opportunity is best for those whose horses have already been diagnosed, and simply need follow-up testing.

The first dates generally are for Rabies, EWT, and Coggins tests. . Please note the initial Coggins tests require digital photos of your horse, so he must be clean with all markings readily visible. Thereafter, we use archived photos and must simply draw blood.

The second dates are usually for West Nile virus and Potomac Horse Fever vaccinations, +/- Lyme vaccinations.  The third and fourth dates are used for dentals, sheath cleaning, and other needed vaccines such as Strangles, Flu, Rhino/EHV, or Bot Tox. If your horses have the need for a different order of administration, we will gladly accommodate you.

Please call our office to schedule your participation on these special dates. Our receptionists will help determine which location your stable belongs in, and schedule you accordingly. We look forward to seeing you!

Dates for 2015 Spring Vaccine Clinic

Columbia County SW & Dutchess NW:
Hudson, Clermont,
Livingston, Tivoli, Red Hook, Rhinebeck:
T 3/3
W 4/1
Th 4/30
T 5/26

Columbia County North:
Chatham, Claverack, Ghent
Philmont, Kinderhook, Stockport, Austulitz
W 3/4
T 3/31
Th 5/7
W 5/27

Dutchess Northwest:
Tivoli, Red Hook, Rhinebeck,
Staatsburg, Salt Point,
Hyde Park, Stanfordville, Clinton Corners
Th 3/5
T 4/7
W 4/29
Th 5/28

Dutchess South:
Wappingers, LaGrangeville,
Fishkill, Beekman,
Stormville, Hopewell Junction,
Poughquag, Pleasant Valley
T 3/10
Th 4/2
W 5/6
T 6/2

Dutchess East:
Millbrook, Mabbettsville,
Dover, Chestnut Ridge,
Wingdale, Smithfield
W 3/11
Th 4/9
T 4/28
T 6/3

Tri State Area
Pine Plains, Millerton, Ancram
Hillsdale, Great Barrington
Lakeville, Copake, Sharon
Th 3/12
W 4/8
T 5/5
Th 6/4

Coxsackie, West Camp,
Leeds, Cairo, Catskill,
Jewitt, Windham, West Kill
T 3/17
W 4/15
Th 5/14
T 6/9

Ulster 209 Corridor:
High Falls, Hurley, Stone Ridge,
Accord, Kerhonkson, Ellenville,
W 3/18
T 4/14
Th 5/21
W 6/10

Ulster 28 Corridor:
Big Indian, Boiceville,
West Shokan, Phoenicia,
Shandaken, Olive Bridge
Th 3/19
T 4/21
W 5/13
Th 6/11

Kingston Area:
Kingston, Esopus ,Rosendale, Lake Katrine
T 3/24
Th 4/16
W 5/20
T 6/16

Ulster 212 & 32:
Saugerties, Woodstock, Bearsville
Th 3/26
W 4/22
T 5/19
Th 6/18

Ulster South of 209:
New Paltz, Highland, Gardiner
Marlborough, Ulster Park
W 3/25
Th 4/23
T 5/12
W 6/17

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