We would like to welcome our new
Associate Veterinarian Dr. Christine Sutherland to our
practice. She was a previous member of our team as an
intern veterinarian from 2012-2013 and has returned to
the practice in June of 2014. She is currently accepting
appointments. To learn more about her
Reata Equine Hospital offers equine
chiropractic services by AVCA certified Veterinarian Dr.
Cal Davis. Call our office at 817-599-9635 for more
information or to schedule an appointment.
Now offering an
online pharmacy! Reata Equine Hospital is
pleased to announce our new online pharmacy. The
pharmacy is available to fill the prescription needs of
our clients 24 hours a day. Simply click on the link
below to purchase your medications and supplies online
and have them shipped directly to your door.
Shop Our Online Pharmacy
Dr. High was
recently published in the Christian Veterinary Mission
here to read his take on integrity and
accountability in business.
Electrolyte and Mineral Mix
formulated by Reata Equine Hospital The veterinarians at Reata
Equine Hospital know the importance of maintaining
proper electrolyte and mineral balance in horses. All
too often we see the negative effects of electrolyte
deficiencies and the performance limiting dehydration
that accompanies them. Electrolyte imbalances and
decreased water intake are associated with colic,
anhydrosis, tying up and many other diseases that can be
not only performance limiting, but life threatening.
In an effort to provide an effective and affordable
product to horse owners Reata Equine Hospital is now
making available our custom formulation of electrolytes
and minerals. Sodium, potassium and chloride serve as
the base of the blend with calcium and phosphorus added
in proportion to the specific needs of horses. Trace
minerals are then combined with this mixture to provide
a unique formulation equine professionals rely on to
ensure the health and performance of their horses.
Performance Horse Electrolyte and Mineral Supplement
formulated by Reata Equine Hospital helps replace
electrolytes and minerals lost in sweat and stimulates
increased water consumption. One 25 gm scoop per feeding
safely provides what your horse needs at less than .05¢
EXPORT FACILITY The horse market in North Texas has gone
global with the rise in demand for quality horses in
several international marketplaces including Europe,
Australia and South America . Our expert staff and USDA
approved facilities are designed to handle isolation,
testing, document preparation and logistics for horses
destined for international travel.
We are also equipped with the knowledge and the tools to
collect, process, approve and ship frozen semen to
numerous destinations around the world, including, but
not limited to, the European Union, Brazil , Australia
and New Zealand . Call 817-599-9635 for more
IN HOUSE FARRIER Forget to schedule a trim or need to have
a shoe tacked on before you leave for a show? We offer
full in clinic farrier services, from basic trims to
therapeutic shoeing. Our experience veterinarians work
alongside farriers to maximize your horses potential.
Call us today at 817-599-9635 to schedule an
Reata Equine Hospital Equine Wellness
Program In an effort to continue our mission of providing the
highest quality health care for your horses, we have
developed The Reata Equine Wellness Program. Under the
direction of Dr. Cal Davis we are excited to offer this
program to ensure your horses are properly cared for
year round. The Reata Equine Wellness Program contains
all the basic services we recommend at a greatly reduced
rate to you. This comprehensive program includes
physical exams with health reports, vaccinations,
parasite control, dental care, coggins testing,
nutritional counseling, and farm visits. Enrollment of
your horse lets us take away the guess work of whether
you are providing the proper care at the right time. For
complete Wellness Program services, details, pricing,
and enrollment applications Click here
or call the office at 817.599.9635.
to Reata Equine Hospital… Named one of the TOP FIVE equine hospitals in the
United States by Horseman Magazine.
Click here to view the article.