Thal Equine LLC
Regional Equine Hospital • Horse Owner Education & Resources
Santa Fe, New Mexico • 505-438-6590

Thal Equine Client Handout: Colic Surgery at Thal Equine

This handout is intended to provide our clients with an overview of how we approach colic at our hospital, particularly if a client is considering colic surgery for their horse. Our goal is to provide you the most complete understanding possible, so that you can make an informed decision. Other recommended reading is a short article I wrote entitled Colic Surgery: What Horse Owners Should Know. WHAT IS COLIC? “Colic” is a very general term...

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What? You are going to ROLL my horse? Non-Surgical Correction of Left Dorsal Displacement with Nephrosplenic Entrapment

Case Report from Thal Equine LLC January 2015   Friday, an 11-year-old Thoroughbred gelding, arrived at Thal Equine showing signs of abdominal pain (colic).  He had not responded to pain relievers and fluids by stomach tube given by the veterinarian at the farm. Upon arrival at our clinic, Friday still exhibited mild signs of abdominal pain; occasionally pawing, stretching and looking at his side.  He looked visibly bloated, and he...

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Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508

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Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508

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