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Veterinary Services in Hampshire

Pets

Pets

Seadown Veterinary Group provides a comprehensive veterinary service for small animals, horses and farm animals. We also operate an ophthalmology referral service and have a visiting exotics specialist and orthopaedic surgeon.

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Equine & Farm

Equine & Farm

The Equine team at Seadown provide a professional, high quality ambulatory and clinic based service to our clients. Our client base is broad consisting of competition horses, family ponies, and even the New Forest Donkeys!

Equine Farm Animals

Referrals

Referrals

We offer an ophthalmology referral service to other veterinary practices in the area. This means that if your vet is presented with a particularly challenging eye case, or one which requires specialist equipment or attention, they may suggest you pay us a visit.

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Latest News

Latest News

Feb
01
2016

Equine Client Evening

EQUINE FIRE SAFETY EVENT
NFU Mutual & Seadown Equine Clinic are hosting an equine fire safety seminar. Whether you own or manage a riding school, keep your horses at home or pay to keep them at a livery yard, fire safety should be a priority for everyone involved in the care of horses. Speakers at the event will include: - Josh Slater, Professor of Equine Clinical Studies at the RVC and Director of Trauma Care at the British Animal Rescue and Trauma Care Association (BARTA) - Jim Green, Animal Rescue Specialist from Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and Director of Rescue at BARTA. - Nicki Whittaker, an equine specialist from NFU Mutual. Topics will include: - How to create a fire plan - The four-minute fire window - Yard design and examples of real-life stories and rescues
Jan
01
2016

New Year, New You!

A common question asked in surgery is how much should my dog or cat weigh? This is a very difficult question as it is dependant not only on breed and sex but on individual conformation and muscularity, a very fit dog may be heavier than the normal breed range. This is true in the reverse, elderly, unwell or unfit dogs may have a weight that appears to be acceptable, but because.........

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