Excellence in Equine Veterinary Medicine & Surgery

Confidence in the veterinarian. Confidence in the care your horse will receive. When you’re looking for a partner in equine veterinary care, what else really matters? With a thirty year track record of superlative service to our equine patients and their owners, Blue Ridge Equine Clinic remains the number one choice for discerning horse owners and referring veterinarians in the mid-Atlantic region.  read more

Compassionate, effective equine care.

For over 30 years our team of experienced veterinarians has made Blue Ridge Equine Clinic the obvious choice for discerning horse owners in Virginia and beyond. Whether the need is for surgery, diagnostic imaging , a challenging lameness work up, or simply prompt and thorough care for your everyday needs, your horse’s wellness will be our top priority. Blue Ridge Equine Clinic combines experience and compassion with cutting edge technology to provide you and your horse state of the art service with a personal touch.

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Equine Lyme Disease

Over one hundred horse owners/ enthusiasts gathered at the Virginia Horse Center on March 19 for dinner and an educational seminar sponsored by Blue Ridge Equine Clinic, Augusta Cooperative Farm Bureau and the Virginia Horse Center. We were delighted to see old friends, clients and to get acquainted with new friends from our horse community. […]

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Academy of Equine Veterinary Nursing Technicians

What is the Academy of Equine Veterinary Nursing Technicians (AEVNT)? The AEVNT is recognized as a veterinary technician specialty by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA). In December 2008, the American Association of Equine Veterinary Technicians and Assistants (AAEVT) sent out an inquiry to those members interested in organizing an Academy for […]

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Why Do Horses Tie Up?

  There are many names for “it”: azoturia, set fast, paralytic myoglobinuria, and chronic exertional rhabdomyolysis (ER), but most of us know “it” as tying up. It is a common muscle problem in horses with multiple causes. The most common syndromes include Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM), Recurrent Exercise Rhabdomyolysis (RER), vitamin/mineral deficiency, electrolyte imbalance, exhaustive […]

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