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 have a fantastic team and are extremely proud of them all, for everything they do for our practice and all our clients. At the end of 2018 Millie completed her apprenticeship training, this was so well deserved and her . Read More >>
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 >>
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 >>
At the end of October Shelley joins us back at the practice following her maternity leave. Adeline and Shelley have frequently popped into the office, joining us for vet meetings and updates. It’s been lovely to see Adeline grow and . Read More >>
Meagan Cullen has been part of our team for many years, and has always been the ‘go to problem solver’. This make Meg the ideal person to be our practice manager and we are delighted that earlier this year she . Read More >>
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WE ARE SO EXCITED TO SHARE WITH YOU ALL THAT SHELLEY’S LITTLE LADY HAS MADE HER APPEARANCE. ADELINE ISABELLA COOK ARRIVED ON THE 1ST MARCH AND BOTH SHE AND HER MUMMY ARE DOING VERY WELL. SHE’S ALREADY FREQUENTLY POPPING INTO . Read More >>