Health & Veterinarian Info

96 Poole Rd East
New Hill
27562
Meredith Cardenas
meredith@3hvet.com

3H Veterinary’s mission is to provide the very best care possible to the equine community. We offer a full range of veterinary services including 24 hours a day ambulatory services for equine emergencies, general wellness care, lameness, dentistry, chiropractic, acupuncture, and reproductive / horse breeding services. For more detailed information on our services please visit our website at www.3hvet.com. Our equine veterinary staff are all lifelong horse owners. We will care for your horse like we care for our own.

919-363-1686
P. O. Box 1444, 1286 Hwy 117 N
Burgaw
28425
Dr. Jan Luquire & Dr. Emily Brazik

Equine mobile and haul-in veterinary services for Southeastern NC since 1991. Maximizing the health and performance of your show, trail, and pet horses. Offering the following: dentistry: routine and corrective; performance horse lameness and medicine; 24-hour emergency services 7 days a week; reproductive services, shipped,cooled and frozen semen, embryo transfer, and problem mares; digital radiography and ultrasonography, endoscopy and 3 meter gastroscopy; lameness evaluations and treatments; preventative medicine, including geriatric and foal care, nutrition, parasite control and routine vaccinations; educational events and speakers for your saddle club, 4-H and pony club; veterinarians with years of experience past and present in the saddle and the show ring

(910) 259-7669 (PONY)
3746 Greenes Xing
Greensboro
27410
Christie McCoy Nichols
christie@equineir-nc.com

EquineIR Carolina assists horse owners, trainers, farriers, chiropractors, veterinarians, etc. by providing certified whole horse infrared thermal imaging. Image sets are used as a part of pre-purchase/pre-event examinations, to assist in the localization of muscle and nerve injuries, to assess saddle fit, to pinpoint areas of inflammation and to provide preventative baselines. All image sets are interpreted by practicing equine veterinarians and farriers who are also certified infrared thermographers.

888-IR-BRONCO
715 Hwy 701 S
Loris
29569
Heather Caplan, DVM
masrecept@sccoast.net

Meadowlawn Animal Services. Services include the following: 24 hour hospital care, acupuncture, chiropractic, bathing and grooming, behavioral medicine, boarding, dental care, emergency and critical care, equine sports medicine, and other services. We have two locations: Loris, SC and Conway, SC. Visit our website at www.meadowlawnanimalservices.com.

843-756-6560
2202 Copeland Way
Chapel Hill
27517
John Parks
ironwillvets@hotmail.com

We are an ambulatory large animal veterinary practice based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We provide products and services specifically tailored to large animal owners of the Piedmont Triad and Research Triangle regions of North Carolina. We have a complete service mobile unit, including digital radiography equipment, power dental float, and portal ultrasound. Our mobile unit allows us to provided services and treatments for a variety of species, including horses, cattle, goats, sheep, llamas, and alpacas. We also provide on-the-farm preventative veterinary care and basic diagnostics for companion animals. We are proud to provide 24/7 emergency veterinary care for current and new clients.

336-263-8127
Matt Frazier
mattfrazierdvm@hotmail.com

Mobile equine practice

(910) 578-8373
1052 William Moore Drive
Raleigh
27607
April Norris
april.norris@ncsu.edu

NC State Equine Health Program. NC State Equine Health Program & Emergency Services brings together horse owners, veterinarians, and educators on the issues, research, and medical advancements concerning horse health in North Carolina and beyond. The service offers state-of-the-art patient care in a resourceful setting. Board-certified specialists, experienced residents, dedicated licensed veterinarian technicians, supervised students and your primary veterinarian work together to provide the best available emergency care, diagnostic procedures, and hospitalization. We are open 24/7 every day of the year for emergency and critical care cases, including neonatal intensive care and high-risk pregnancies. Our services are supported by up-to-date diagnostic procedures, including body ultrasound; endoscopy of the respiratory system, stomach and bladder; and high resolution radiography, CAT scan and MRI techniques. For more information please visit: www.NCStateVets.org/equine , call 919-513-6630 or ask your primary veterinarian about referral to our specialty services.

(919) 513-6423