Monday, August 29, 2011

Fall Clinic Schedule


                                                           
Reduced clinic fees still held over from 2009!
As always I’m there to answer your questions, and also offer routine health care services on clinic days. Routine fall health care includes vaccination against Influenza and Rhinopneumonitis plus deworming, an oral exam,  and sheath cleaning for geldings.
Call the office to reserve an appointment.
BE SURE TO LEAVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
Name, Phone #,  Date you request, Number of Animals, and the Services needed.
We will return your call three days before your clinic with an estimated time of arrival at your address.  Please be sure horses are caught and haltered 30 minutes beforehand.

Location                                               Date
Rancho Haven/Sierra Ranchos1.............Sun  Sep 11 
Rancho Haven/Sierra Ranchos2............ Fri  Sep 16
Red Rock North/Silver Knolls 1...............Sat Sep 17
Red Rock North/Silver Knolls 2...............Fri Sep 23
SpanSprings/Palomino Valley 1.............Sat Sep 10
SpanSprings/Palomino Valley 2.............Fri Sep 23
Antelope/Golden/Lemmon Valley 1........Sat Sep 24
Antelope/Golden/Lemmon Valley 2........Thur Sep 29  
South & West Reno 1...............................Sun Sep 25
South & West Reno 2.............................. Fri Sep 30

For additional savings, you can schedule your own mini-clinic as long as you have at least 7 horses at a single location.  Call the office to make such arrangements.

Discounted Price List – Clinic day only
Farm Call/Fall Exam               $15.00
West Nile (Prevenile)               $30.00
FluRhino                                    $26.00
Tetanus/ Encephalitis              $15.00
Intranasal Strangles                  $30.00
Ivermectin Deworm                  $14.00
Coggins Test                             $25.00
Sheath Clean w/sedation         $35.00
Fecal parasite exam                 $15.00
Oral Exam (w/o sedation)         No charge!
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