Peninsula Equine Veterinarians



Be aware of Cyathostome migrations during Spring in your horses.

Cyathostomes are small strongyle worms that are the most common and important equine worm in Australia


  • Soft faeces (or normal faeces with some loose brown water)
  • Mild increase in temperature (38.1-38.5 C) 
  • Weight loss

These symptoms should be considered very suspicious if they occur approximately one week after deworming your horse.

Want to know more about Equine Worms Click Here 

Hendra Virus - want to know more - Click Here


Tesse Cook - Eventing

"Named open rider of the year 2015" - read more

well done Tesse!!

Meagan Black - Dressage


Emmie Schmul - Dressage

Emmie is part of Heatherton Park and we have been looking after their competition and sale horses for the past 25 years

P.O. BOX 325, Somerville, 3912Victoria

Google Analytics tracking code