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Emergency Care

Rainland Farm Equine Clinic veterinarians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide emergency care for your horse.  The majority of emergencies can be treated at your own farm or facility. More complicated cases may require transport to our clinic for hospitalization or even surgery.  Dr. Fleck, Dr. Renner and Dr. Lewis all have extensive experience in managing critical emergency cases.  Common conditions that require emergency care include colic, choke, respiratory difficulty, foaling difficulty, lacerations, eye trauma, and infectious diseases.  


Rainland Farm Equine Clinic has facilities for hospitalization and 24 hour care of your horse.  We have four hospital stalls and the ability to run intravenous fluids and provide around the clock monitoring of our sick patients.  We have a full service in-house laboratory to assist in diagnosis and to enable careful monitoring of critical patients.  Reasons your horse may require hospitalization include colic, advanced wound care, treatment of severe corneal ulcers, post-operative care of critical patients, and for advanced reproductive services.  Our experienced doctors and veterinary support staff are very attentive to the individual needs of your horse and strive to provide the best quality care for your horse.

Endocrine Diseases

Endocrine diseases such as Equine Cushings Disease and Equine Metabolic Syndrome are common in horses and it is very important to accurately recognize, diagnose, and treat these conditions.  Our veterinarians are experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions


At Rainland Farm Equine Clinic we provide routine ophthalmologic care both on the farm and in the clinic.  Common equine eye conditions that are treated include corneal ulcers, uveitis, and conjunctivitis.  For more complicated and advanced cases we work with the board certified veterinary ophthalmologists at Northwest Animal Eye Specialists.   These specialists come to our clinic for ocular evaluations and to perform specialized ophthalmic surgery.  Complicated cases which require treatments multiple times per day are cared for in our hospital facility.      

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