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Prepping Your Horse For Summer

Summer is nearly here — and at Carter Veterinary Services, we know that also means it's a great time to schedule a visit for your horse. Make sure your horse is prepared for summer with our guide below, then contact us today.

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4 Reasons to See An Equine Vet Immediately

There's nothing more frightening than knowing something is wrong with your horse and not being sure what to do. At Carter Veterinary Services, we offer 24/7 emergency care. It's just part of what makes us the most trusted equine vet in the Lowcountry. Not sure if your horse needs to see a vet? Below are four...

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4 Things to Know About Visiting a Horse Vet

At Carter Veterinary Services, we know how difficult it can be to choose the right equine vet. It's a topic we've covered in our blog recently, and it's one we're passionate about. Ultimately, we believe that people should have access to great care for their horses. So what do you need to know about visiting an equine vet?

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How to Choose the Right Equine Vet

There's no doubt about it — the process of finding an equine veterinarian can be incredibly intimidating. At Carter Veterinary Services, we're here to help. As you start your search, there are a few things to keep in mind. Below you'll find our tips for choosing the best equine vet. Have a question or need to schedule a visit?...

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What To Look For in a Horse Vet

At Carter Veterinary Services, we know just how difficult it can be to find a horse vet. Whether you are in need of blood work, a general exam, or something else entirely, our mission is to be the equine veterinarians you turn to. Of course, knowing exactly what to look for in a horse vet can be a challenge. We're sharing our thoughts below, so keep reading to learn more or...

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The holidays are here and that means non-stop activity for most. Between shopping for presents, cooking large family meals, attending holiday parties, and spending quality time with our loved ones, your horse can be easily neglected. Carter Veterinary Services offers large animal care, including equine care, throughout the Lowcountry. Below, we'll offer up some holiday horse care tips to remember during this busy season. Schedule an...

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Although sheep and goats are similar in size, there are marked differences between them that are important to understand before deciding to invest in them. After all, the last thing you want is to choose the wrong animals for you. Carter Veterinary Services is a large animal vet in the Lowcountry. Below, we'll go over some things to consider when deciding between sheep or goats for your farm or backyard. Contact us today.

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What does it cost to own a horse? The price obviously extends far beyond the initial purchase of the animal. Horses need daily care and maintenance plus, emergencies and other unexpected costs can come up as well. In the blog, we will touch upon the basic minimum costs for owning a horse.

While horse ownership is extremely rewarding, having...

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Is your horse suffering from a respiratory disease? If you don’t already know, be sure to read Part I of this guide, where we discussed the signs that your horse has a respiratory disease. Infectious upper respiratory problems are common in horses, and they can have significant consequences for your horse’s health. That’s why if...

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Does your horse have a cough, runny nose, fatigue, or a fever? It may have a respiratory disease. Respiratory diseases are quite common in horses. The most common upper respiratory diseases in horses are:

  • Equine Asthma

  • Equine influenza virus...

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