Equids (horses, donkeys and mules)
Equids can have health problems that range from eating disorders to colic. If you have concerns about your horse, donkey or mule, we can help.
- Wellness exams
- Colic workups
- Lameness evaluations
- Bloodwork and fecal analysis
We recommend these annually:
- Wellness Exam
- Core Vaccinations: 1-year Rabies and Combination (EEV, WEV, Tetanus, and West Nile Virus)
- Additional vaccinations for Equine Herpes Virus 1 and 4 with Influenza
- Fecal Analysis
- Bloodwork (Complete Blood Count/Chemistry/Electrolytes) and Urinalysis
- Dental Float
- Coggins (EIA) Testing
Equine Coggins & Export
Rodeo stock, performance horses and other equines traveling to the U.S. need Coggins testing for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) and export documents. Many competitions, sales and events also require a current negative Coggins as the disease is spread through the blood of infected animals by biting insects who then carry the disease from horse to horse.
Keota Veterinary Clinic offers this testing and the necessary export documentation. We’ll be happy to send the papers in or you can take them for in-person delivery.
For more information or to schedule a testing appointment for your horse, call us at (641) 636-3888.
We also offer reproductive services including artificial insemination, heat checks, and stabling with the famous Barb Harris in North English.
To schedule an appointment, call us at 641-636-3888