- About us
- News & Events
- 2017 Apprentice opportunity
- September 2016 Healthy Horse Week -FAQ
- September 2016 Healthy Horse Week – Horse Checklist
- September 2016 Healthy Horse Week -Yard Checklist
- September 2016 Healthy Horse Week-Owner Booklets
- 2016 Feb + March Vaccination Amnesty
- Feb 2016 Prascend Client evening meeting
- 2015 Strangles Client Talks
- 2016 February Fitness Month
- Case Studies
- Pay Online
- Saver Day
With a team of six experienced horse vets using the latest mobile diagnostic equipment we are small enough to provide personal care to you and your horse but big enough to provide a high level of service and 24 hour cover.
Agnew Equine is an established five six equine only practice with an outstanding reputation for the care and treatment of horses and ponies. We serve clients across Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Cheshire ranging from childrens ponies to international competition horses. All receive the high level of veterinary care upon which Agnew Equine prides itself.Find out more »
All Agnew Equine vets are experienced and have dedicated and developed their careers to looking solely after horses and ponies. As a client of Agnew Equine you will receive a service and advice you can trust. This also means that for emergencies out of office hours you will always see a vet whose specialist interest lies in horses and not in small animals or farm work.
Would you like to join our team?
Following our success with Tania and Holly over the last few years on completing their apprenticeship, and joining our team on a permanent basis -we now have the opportunity to take on our 2017 Apprentice receptionist/general admin assistant.
The position . Read More >>
Valentines competition 2017 -Winner announced
Congratulations to CHARLIE BOY owned by Yasmin Broadhurst who this year won our valentines competition with an amazing 584 likes on our face book page.
Charlie won a 3/4 length waterproof ride on rug and Yasmin won a long . Read More >>
£10 off Myoplast
Equitop Myoplast is a unique and natural supplement for horses, packed with 18 key amino acids including nine essential amino acids. The blend of amino acids in Equitop Myoplast provides the building blocks for efficient lean muscle growth without horses . Read More >>
Want to win a First Aid Kit?
Our vets have been supporting Its All About Equestrian by writing a few veterinary articles. This fantastic website gives you all the information you need about local equine events, services,equipment and advice- so don’t miss out visit their facebook page . Read More >>
Check out our new ‘protecting your yard against infectious diseases’ page
On Friday 4th November we received notification of a confirmed case of Equine flu in Lancashire – vaccination is key in disease prevention, so please ensure your horse has up to date protection.Click here to check out our new page . Read More >>
Horse Health Week is here!
Make sure you are checking out our facebook page daily to catch up on all the activity. We are sharing tips and advise, videos (some which feature our own vets!) running competitions to win great prizes and much more.
We . Read More >>
Horse Health Week is coming!
At Agnew Equine we are excited to dedicating a whole week to raising the awareness of the benefits of preventative healthcare. We join with many other equine practices throughout the UK, to be part of the national campaign ‘Keeping Britain’s. Read More >>
We are offering FREE Cushings tests!
With the help from the ‘Talk About Laminitis’ initiative we are offering free ACTH test until the end of October. If your horse has suffered from laminitis or any of the other clinical signs of Cushing’s disease (PPID), give us . Read More >>
Client survey 2016 – Can you help us?
If you have a moment, please complete these 8 questions by clicking the link below to share your opinions on our service and thoughts on how we can improve for you and your horse. Thanks
Equine Flu Awareness Month April
The first equine flu awareness month (EFAM) is being launched in April to raise the profile of the highly contagious disease.
“There have been 52 recorded outbreaks of equine influenza in the past two years, and while this may sound . Read More >>