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With a team of five 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 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.
Caring for Horses and Ponies in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Derbyshire
- Another Fantastic Farrier’s Evening – we value working as a team with our local farriers
In late November we hosted our annual Farrier’s Evening discussing ‘The Laminitic Challenge’. This year has been difficult for Laminitis cases, so Robin discussed the complex underlying causes of the condition and Stuart presented on recognition and treatment options. . Read More >>
- Congratulations to Shelley & family on their new arrival
Welcome to the world Hedley Aldin Cook who made his appearance on 5th November. . Read More >>
- Equine influenza (flu) outbreak – what Agnew Equine Vets are recommending?
Agnew Equine vets recommend to maximise protection that all horses and ponies (even if up to date) receive a booster vaccination if not had one within the past 6 months.
Please check your horse/pony passport, if necessary we can check . Read More >>
- We recommend you keep your horse/pony protected by vaccinating.
Following the confirmed cases of Equine Influenza (flu) in Cheshire and Derbyshire we are encouraging owners to be proactive and ensure horse and ponies are kept up to date with vaccination. Our website has lots of advice to ensure your . Read More >>
- Gastroscope offers available during November 2018
During November 2018 Agnew Equine are offering discounted gastroscopy.
We know up 50% horses/ponies can suffer with gastric ulcers, and although some cases show marked clinical signs like pain on girth tightening, poor body condition and weight loss, reduced appetite, . Read More >>