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It's summer again and the bugs are back. Last year was a very bad year for Potomac Horse Fever in our area and many horses got sick. If you have not vaccinated your horse, we urge you to do so as soon as possible. We also recommend a booster for Potomac Horse fever in July before the peak season hits. For more information on Potomac Horse Fever and how to protect your horses, see our article in the "Diseases" section of the website Also, remember that the heat can present special challenges for horses and riders. Click here to see our article on Heat Stress for more info.

  We are a mobile clinic located in the Jackson MI area. We serve the surrounding areas of Parma, Spring Arbor, Munith, Stockbridge, Chelsea, Dexter, Ann Arbor, and beyond. We are a full-service equine clinic, entirely mobile/stall side.

  We place a real emphasis on the horse-owner bond, and on trying to develop strategies to make veterinary care less stressful for the horse and the owner.

  We have some unusual hours--Mon, Thurs, Fri from 11 am to 8pm, and Sat and Sun 10 am-4 pm. With the current economy, we hope not having to take an extra day from work for horse care will help horse owners out!

We offer emergency services 24 hrs/day 7 days a week

Case of the Month

This case may be a little gory for some, but we are very happy with the outcome!

This case involves  “Alex” a 1 yr old Quarter Horse gelding.  He was found following some turnout time with a large laceration into the muscle over the front of the shoulder. The owner had plans to show him extensively, so although sometimes wounds of this type are left open due to issues with healing, it was decided to close this one.

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TWO NEW SECTIONS! EMERGENCIES: WHAT TO DO UNTIL WE GET THERE This is a new section we are adding to our website. Articles will be saved and available for reference. One question we often get from clients in emergency situations is “What should I do until you get here?”. This new section will periodically address common emergencies and give you advice on what to do until we show up. Click here to read.

EQUINE DISEASES: We will change these out from time to time and archive the articles for reference. Click here to read this month's article on Hoary Alyssum Identification.

Versatron Shockwave Technology -At Whole Horse, we are committed to providing you with the best possible care for your horse. To this end, we are now introducing a new technology into our practice-Versatron Shockwave Therapy! We are one of the first practices in our area of Michigan to be providing this new and effective therapy. Click here to learn more!

Denise Bickel DVM
Whole Horse Veterinary Services
Phone # 517-474-4050
Fax # 517-764-7710
3906 Seymour Rd
Jackson, MI 49201


Hours--Mon, Thurs, Fri from 11 am to 8pm, and Sat and Sun 10 am-4 pm

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