We will send you a detailed report after we have seen the case. If a horse is hospitalised for we will also keep you updated about the horse’s progress.

If at any stage you would like an update on a case in the hospital, or some advice about a case you are managing, please do call us or send an e-mail.

We will fax or e-mail you a copy of the discharge instructions  on the day the horse is  discharged so that you know the patient has gone home and you will be up to date, should the client contact you before our final report arrives. We will usually discharge the animal with sufficient medication to last them for 5-10 days, but will rely on you to dispense ongoing long term medication or to remove sutures.

What our clients say

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Our horse was diagnosed with grass sickness and rushed into Liphook Equine Hospital. The vets and other staff were terrific – they took real trouble to look after him, not just medically, but also making a fuss of him and keeping us informed about his progress. He made a complete recovery and is doing his first 1* event next month!

— Mr A.Sykes