Equine Services

What we offer

We are a dedicated equine team offering care across Norfolk and Suffolk.
We run our own out of hours service, so our vets are on hand 24/7 should you need them.


Routine treatment – vaccinations, microchips, passports, dentals, in house worm egg counts and blood tests


Lameness workups


Standing surgeries and other minor procedures


Treatment of wild ponies


Reproductive packages


Pre-purchase examinations


Diagnostic imaging including x-rays, ultrasound and endoscopy

Free Visit Days

We offer free visit days to reduce the cost of routine treatment. Please see below for a list of the areas covered on each day.

Monday – Kenninghall, Attleborough, Watton, Dereham and Swaffham.

Tuesday – Dickleburgh, Long Stratton, Wymondham, Norwich (North, South and West Outskirts) and Wroxham.

Wednesday – Harleston, Bungay, Halesworth, Beccles, Loddon and Norwich (East Outskirts).

Thursday – Eye, Fressingfield, Hoxne, Debenham, Badingham, Mendlesham and Stowmarket.

Friday – Bury, Woolpit, Bradwell Ash, Elveden, Thetford and Wattisfield.

Any Day – within a three-mile radius of our Bressingham Clinic.

Contact Details

Email: equinevets@uplandswayvets.co.uk

Phone: 01379 642865 (select option 2 for equine)

Out of Hours: Please call 01379 642865 and select equine to be transferred directly
to the on-call vet.

Equine team at World Horse Welfare
Equine ultrasound
Equine support team
Equine Vets
Vet's reviewing X-ray of a foot

Frequently Asked Questions

What services do you offer on free visit days?

Vaccinations, microchipping, general health check, dentals, passports, post-op checks, non-urgent re-checks, prescription checks.

Can I split the call out fee with someone else on my yard?

Yes, this is an excellent way to save money when a free visit is not practical. Provided you are on the same yard and available at the same time we happy to split the fee for you.

What does the term free visit mean and what is included?

What does the term free visit mean and what is included?

Free visits mean that you do not pay for the vet to visit you, however anything they do whilst with you is chargeable.

What do I do in an emergency?

During our opening hours please contact the equine reception line (option 2) and a member of staff will locate an available vet to assist you.

Out of hours please call the practice and select the option to be connected directly with the on-call vet. It is important note that any emergency visit will incur an additional cost due to the need to divert the vet to you and away from their planned visits.

Do you have any information on breeding?

See our Equine Breeding Pack here

Do you have any information on biosecurity?

See our Equine Biosecurity Pack here

Do you have any information on equine bereavement?

See our Equine Bereavement Pack here

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