Can you ID PPID?

Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID), formerly known as equine Cushing’s disease can often go undiagnosed. Previously thought of as an older horse disease, more and more horses are being diagnosed at an earlier age, some as young as 5 years of age.  Because the early signs of the disease can often be very subtle, it may often be overlooked until the disease is in an advanced stage.

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Equine Dentistry

Equine Dentistry is not what it used to be.  In the proper hands, new, motorized dental equipment can correct many painful and costly dental problems.

From as young as 4 years, horses require dental maintenance.  Most horses need some level of dental correction every 2 years.  Failure to correct problems can lead to difficulty chewing, colic, jaw pain, difficulty accepting the bit, weight loss and tooth decay.

Dr. David Byerly is an experienced equine dental practitioner, performing over 300 floats each year.


Chiropractic & Acupuncture

Dr. Taryn Rathbone, DVM, CVA, CAC will be in the Antelope Valley and Tehachapi areas on January 3rd and 4th, 2018. 

Please schedule your appointment with Dr. Rathbone through Byerly Vet by sending us an email or calling (661) 992 - 4343.

Dr. Byerly recommends Platinum Performance for his patients. 

Visit their website to learn more about products and how the Platinum EQCO plan can help pay for colic surgery.