People and pets routinely died from infections before penicillin, the first antibiotic, was introduced in the first half of the 20th century. Today, veterinarians use antibiotics to treat many typ ...View Article
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We have a special facility set up behind our medicine area for reproductive work. We can keep and collect stallions, sending both fresh and frozen semen. We can collect with either a jump mare or train the stallion to mount a dummy. We also have teaser stallions available so that a mare can first be assessed for heat that way, then be ultrasounded to determine follicle size and gauge when best to breed her.
We can artificially inseminate mares and then check for pregnancy 18-30 days later. We then set up a series of rechecks both for appropriate vaccinations to prevent abortion and to follow the pregnancy to make sure she doesn't reabsorb it.