March - October
$17 Dollar ranch call on Wednesdays if appointment within the time frame above. We will drive out to your residence for a significantly reduced rate during this time. Call us and schedule an appointment!
November - January
Schedule an appointment during this time and get a flat rate of $100 dollars per horse for dentals. Need other non-routine work done? All other dental work during the dental appointment is an additional 20% off! Don't miss out! Give us a call and make an appointment!
December - January
We have a basic, medium and a high performance plan to meet the requirements for your horse. Buy a plan prior to the following year at a discounted rate of 10% with bonuses and coupons to keep your horse healthy for the upcoming year. Packages include a wellness exam, dental exam, fecal exam, sand check, and one of three vaccine programs to fit your horse's needs. Call for more details
12 days before Christmas
12 Days of Christmas Discounts 2016: Day 1 - $5 off Rabies Vaccine (any species) Day 2 - 10% off Bute (with current exam) Day 3 - 10% off Banamine (with current exam) Day 4 - Extra 5% off Dental Discount special (space may be limited) Day 5 - $5 off Fecal Parasite egg count Day 6 - Extra 5% off Wellness Package new sign up Day 7 - 5% off your animal's vaccines (whatever is due) Day 8 - $10 off your travel fee for the day (space may be limited) Day 9 - 10% off Equioxx/Previcoxx (with current exam) Day 10 - $5 off Fecal Sand Check Day 11 - 25% off Panacur Power Pak Day 12 - Half off Travel fees to Auburn
Give us a call! (530) 823-0162
Our Office Hours
Call during the following times to make an appointment. Have an emergency? Give us a call after hours to be patched directly to our on-call doctor!
|Monday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Thursday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Friday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Saturday||9 am - 12 pm|
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