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Ballinger Equine’s reputation for clinical excellence, professionalism and outstanding service is well-established. And steady growth means we seek an additional equine ambulatory assistant to join our busy, progressive practice. Super career opportunity with a friendly, supportive team With a growing client-base, Ballinger Equine is recognised as a leading home-counties ambulatory equine practice. The continuing growth...
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Xmas opening times 2018
The Ballinger Equine office at East Barn will be closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, but our veterinary surgeons will continue to provide uninterrupted comprehensive out-of-hours emergency service throughout the Christmas and New Year holiday period. Uninterrupted, comprehensive 24/7, 365 out-of-hours emergency service Ballinger Equine’s East Barn office hours during the holiday season are:...
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Equine Calm Assist
Guy Fawkes night is almost here again and whilst many of us enjoy burning effigies of Guy Fawkes on huge fiery pyres to accompanying displays of colourful, noisy fireworks whilst eating a hotdog or burger, it is a sure bet that most of our horses and ponies find the evening’s proceedings tiresome if not downright...
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Ballinger Equine first aid kit
Ballinger Equine has launched its comprehensive new equine first-aid kit. With the premium grade contents carefully selected by our veterinary surgeons, the kit is specifically designed to be a compact and easily carried emergency resource for all horse and pony owners and grooms. Equine first-aid kit, perfect for events, shows and competitions The new equine...
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Ballinger Equine is proud to support National Air Ambulance Week this week and in particular East Anglia Air Ambulance, Essex and Herts Air Ambulance and MAGPAS Air Ambulance. In the past year, East Anglia Air ambulance has attended 40 equestrian incidents. A member of the Safer Horse Rescue initiative in association with Hertfordshire Fire and...
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The current prolonged hot, sunny summer makes a welcome change for most of us. Of course, the dry heat does bring challenges for horses, ponies and their owners and one of these is managing sweet-itch. The summer heat has brought out midges in abundance resulting in those horses, ponies and donkeys who are susceptible to...
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A keen equestrian from Hertfordshire
The clinical team at Ballinger Equine is today joined by a new veterinary surgeon. Dr Eleanor Kigozi BSc, BVM&S MRCVS qualified as a veterinary surgeon at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Edinburgh University. Eleanor also has a BSc in Genetics from Nottingham University. A keen equestrian from Hertfordshire… Growing up in Hertfordshire and...
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radiograph of equine foot clearly showing pedal bone
Summer has now arrived and with the recent heavy rain, warmth and sunshine, grass in paddocks is rich and continuing to grow rapidly. For our animals this is irresistible and they love the lush grazing. Be aware though, the sudden gift of sugary grass, be it long or short, is not suitable for all horses...
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Ballinger Equine would like to keep in touch with all our clients on important equine healthcare issues. The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires we obtain your permission to contact you in certain instances. Find out here how to be sure you continue to receive warnings of equine disease outbreaks, vaccination reminders and other important updates....
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Ballinger Equine is pleased to announce the arrival today of Emma Hedderson as the latest member of the Ballinger Equine veterinary team. Dr Emma Hedderson achieved a BSc(Hons) First Class in Equine Science from Imperial College London, before qualifying at the University of Cambridge in 2008. She was admitted to the RCVS in the same...
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