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Referral service

We provide a referral service that gives vets advice and treatment options for equine skin conditions.

We support equine veterinarians by providing them with treatment and managment advice for skin disease and cancers cases.

This advice aims to improve the overall welfare of horses suffering from skin disease or cancer.

Testimonials

We are always grateful for your advice and support and would never dream of using any other service

Patrick Traill / Blaircourt Equine Clinic

We’ve used the sarcoid service for many years largely due to the level of help and assistance we receive from Derek and the team and the reassurance that we have his expertise to fall back on

David Aldington / Aldington Equine Vets

I would like to say how useful we are finding your sarcoid evaluations and protocols.  I know you have been doing it for many years now, but it does give us peace of mind that you are overseeing them.

Simon Constable / Simon Constable's Veterinary Practice

The owner and I wanted to thank you for the great help, we are very happy with the advice given by all the team at equinesarcoid!

Caroline Tessier / ONIRIS Equine Surgical Unit, FRANCE

Latest News

Winter clipping

It is that time of year again when everyone is getting the clipper blades sharpened (maybe for the second time already!). It is important to concentrate and examine your horse very carefully after the clipping process. This photograph is an excellent example of a sarcoid that was not visible prior…

BCG Update

Limited amounts of BCG are becoming available now and we will be able to supply this for a appropriate cases. Most courses of BCG treatment involve 3 – 7 procedures and a full advisory leaflet will accompany the material relating to premedication, risks and technical details.   Please remember that…

Inspiration Award

Professor Derek Knottenbelt and his wife Morna attended the Royal College Day on Friday 13 July 2018 where Derek received an Inspiration Award from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.  The award was made in recognition of his “undiluted passion for both animal welfare and lifelong learning which has been a…

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