New Forest Equine Vets Services Price List 2017

NFEV Price List 2017


Price (£)



Standard Consultation


Flu and tetanus vaccination


Flu vaccination


Tetanus vaccination


Dentistry: detailed oral exam and routine rasp including sedation & dental chart


Dentistry: periodontal disease flush and debride x1


Dentistry: clean out and flush per diastema




Passport including ID certificate


ID certificate


Pony castration including all drugs


Horse castration including all drugs




Prices inclusive of VAT

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Redworm larvae

We are starting to see cases of red-worm disease this year; early signs can be subtle and easily attributed to less serious conditions, until a sudden onset of life-threatening disease can occur, which is deadly in up to 50% of horses.

High redworm burdens can cause symptoms including gradual weight loss, colic, diarrhoea, and general poor condition. Sudden re-emergence of large numbers (i.e. several million parasites) causes severe symptoms such as serious colitis (diarrhoea which leads to dehydration), sudden weight loss, oedema (swelling under belly/sheath/legs)
Swollen sheath

Every year we see horses die from redworm, even though owners believe they have wormed adequately. So why are we still seeing significant disease?

MOXIDECTIN is the only wormer that effectively treats encysted (hibernating) redworm, and we recommend giving it to healthy adult horses, at the correct dose, in late Autumn-Winter before any encysted larvae emerge. Ivermectin & Pyrantel are not effective treatments.

WORM EGG COUNTS (WEC) DO NOT MEASURE WORM BURDEN. They measure an individual’s contribution to pasture-contamination and are a way of managing wormer-resistance. They identify low egg-shedders which are left untreated, allowing eggs that have not been exposed to wormer selection-pressure to dilute resistant worms on pasture.


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Interactive worm egg counts performed stable side using our new microscope!

We were the very first equine veterinary practice to purchase the amazing iolight portable microscope, allowing us to provide an expert, interactive worming service stable side.

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The first picture New Forest Equine Vets took of an equine faecal parasite egg (strongyle) with their new ioLight portable microscope ( They use the microscope to count eggs in a sample of faeces, and so determine if the horse needs treatment or not. — with New Forest Equine Vets.

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Advanced Practitioner (AP) status


We are delighted to announce that Beth yesterday joined Verena in holding Advanced Practitioner (AP) status, awarded by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, in recognition of years of study, hard work and dedication to equine practice. We are now 2 of just 71 vets in the UK recognised as Advanced Practitioners in Equine Practice!

AP status may be awarded to those vets who have completed an RCVS Master’s level certificate, have recommendations to the RCVS from their peers for the continuous 5 years preceeding their application, and have demonstrated completion of higher professional-development requirements than those required by vets who are general practitioners or hold GP certificates. AP status is regularly reviewed by the RCVS, and maintaining this is a demonstration of our commitment, dedication and passion for equine practice.

New Forest Equine Vets is the only practice in the area comprised entirely of Advanced Equine Practitioners; a guarantee to you that whichever vet you see, be it for preventive health care, an out-of-hours emergency, or any other aspect of equine practice; your horse, pony or donkey will ALWAYS be attended by a highly experienced equine vet.

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NFEV now listed on WWW.NFED.CO.UK

New Forest Equine Vets
New Forest Equine Vets is a small team of two dedicated equine vets, with a real passion for what we do. We are able to offer a high quality, very personal, consistent and affordable service, providing continuity of care for every individual horse, pony and donkey that we see. Dr Beth Robinson BVScCertAVP(EP) MRCVS and Dr Verena Jolly BVScCertAVP(EP) MRCVS are both highly experienced, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons post-graduate certificate holders in Advanced Veterinary Practice…………
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