Answering Your Questions

General Questions

We are a full service equine clinic to support all of your horses routine, elective and primary emergency needs. Please see our services section for a comprehensive list.

We provide farm calls and emergency services to those clients located in Carroll County. All other clients are welcome to haul to our beautiful facility at 1225 Canton Rd NW, Carrollton, OH 44615.

Appointments can be made through our website. You can also contact the equine service directly by calling (330)323-8654

All medical related questions will be answered by one of our veterinarians. For non-emergent questions you will be called back when the doctor is finished working with patients.

Call (330)323-8654. During business hours you will speak to the equine receptionist. After hours calls will be forwarded to an answering service who will contact the veterinarian on call.

Providing previous medical history, including previous vaccines and current medications is very helpful. Also be prepared to provide payment in the form of check, cash or credit card. Quotes for services can be provided prior to appointments being scheduled.

Carrollton Equine specializes in the treatment of horses only. For any small animal related issues please contact our sister company, Carrollton Animal Hospital.


We recommend an exam once yearly. This allows us to possibly identify subtle changes before they can become larger problems.

Call us! We can schedule a time to get them examined and offer assistance on the phone while you wait for your visit.

All horses should receive the “core” vaccines annually (even the ones that don’t travel!) The core vaccines include Rabies, Tetanus, EEE, WEE and West Nile. These vaccines can all be given safely in one visit. 

For horses that are often exposed to other horses at shows/clinic/trail rides we also recommend vaccination against the respiratory diseases influenza and rhinopneumonitis (Flu/Rhino)

There are several other “risk based” vaccines that may be suitable for your horse such as strangles, potomac horse fever and botulism. We are happy to have a conversation with you regarding all of the products to determine which best fits your horse’s lifestyle.

Horses should be dewormed at least twice per year, once in the spring and once in the fall after a hard frost. The fall treatment should include tapeworm.

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