Horse & Hound

The future of vetting

THE equine industry is notorious for being slow moving, but one area that has undoubtedly moved on in the past decade is the veterinary sector. Alongside developments in medicine and diagnostic tools, we’ve also witnessed a change in the way vets are working and how clients are utilising the service.

One of the biggest areas of change is the replacement of small equine practices with larger corporate hospitals and the use of portable equipment.

“The introduction of portable equipment means that more is done on yards and there is less requirement for people to bring their horses to clinics,” says Chris Tufnell MRCVS, director of Coach

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