Welcome to MacLeod Equine

MacLeod equine is a mobile practice that provides on site farm services. It is our goal to form a personal knowledge of our client’s specific goals and needs in order to provide the best individual care possible. More info.

Lameness

Lameness refers to any number of conditions where the animal fails to travel in a regular and sound manner on all four feet. Lameness exams start with a full history and physical examination of the horse. Following this,  the exam will progress according to the problems presented. More info.

Reproductive Services

MacLeod Equine offers the following reproductive services: Breeding soundness Examinations, Ultrasound Examinations for timed breedings, Artifical Insemenation (for both fresh and frozen semen) Infertility diagnostics  (uterine cultures, cytology, biopsy, lavage).  More info.

Pre Purchase Examinations

Buying a horse can be a stressful and complicated matter. MacLeod Equine offers pre purchase examinations to help ease the uncertainty of buying a new horse. The exam carries tremendous value in accumulating health information regarding your potential purchase. More info.

Emergency Care

Emergency Care is provided 24/7. For after hours service, MacLeod Equine is closely associated with a team of competent primary health care equine veterinarians who are always ready to respond to client needs. More info.

General Equine Medicine

MacLeod equine is a mobile practice that provides on site farm services. It is our goal to form a personal knowledge of our client’s specific goals and needs in order to provide the best individual care possible. The relationship with our clients is integral component to the equine health process. More info.

Chiropractic

We are proud to be able to offer equine chiropractic care to our clients as an aid for better health and performance. Chiropractic care does not replace traditional veterinary medicine but complements it. More info.

Dentistry

Routine dental care is a crucial part of your horse’s overall health and well being. Examination and routine maintenance (floating) are important to keep your horse performing well, living longer and leading a healthier life. More info.