Established in the 1950s, The Barn Equine Surgery in Three Legged Cross has a long and well-established reputation for providing high-quality specialist equine care in West Hampshire, South Wiltshire and East Dorset.
Committed to providing the finest equine health care and support to your horse or pony, our highly-qualified and specialised equine practitioners combine a mobile visiting service with the added benefits of a state-of-the-art central facility where more complex medical and surgical diagnostics and procedures can be performed. This also means we can closely monitor such cases as inpatients.
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Our state-of-the-art hospital-style practice is fully equipped to provide equine care for most ailments or emergencies, and we can give you care in specialist areas including dentistry, vettings, wound and orthopaedic surgery, lameness investigation and treatment, as well as internal medicine including gastroscopy and colic surgery.
Our core aim is to provide you with overall quality care for your horse, and our driven, dedicated veterinary surgeons and nurses will do all they can to ensure that your beloved horse is as healthy as it can be. What’s more, we’re available for you 24 hours a day, all year round either at your premises, in the field, or as a patient at our clinic in Three Legged Cross.
We have written numerous information sheets for our clients and we often refer to these ourselves so they are a great resource for topics that may concern you and your horses health. They are available for download or viewing here.
We run regular evenings at local venues around our practice area. Client evenings are usually held during the Winter months and are an opportunity for clients to come and listen to us and visting speakers presenting short talks on topical issues.
We provide 24 hour emergency cover for all our clients via a rapid response pager service.
All emergency calls are answered by a real person, not a recorded message and our policy is to reply to all emergency calls within 10 minutes.