Sat, 22 May|
Home Farm, Compton Verney
The Osteopathic Vet Treatment Clinic
Tom Beech The Osteopathic Vet is treating horses at our barn in Compton Verney, Warwickshire. To book your horse in to see Tom, please get in touch.
Time & Location
22 May 2021, 08:30 BST – 23 May 2021, 17:30 BST
Home Farm, Compton Verney, Compton Verney, Warwick CV35 9HJ, UK
About the Event
Tom Beech is treating horses every month here at Home Farm, Compton Verney, Warwick CV359HJ. More dates will be added as they are confirmed.
Through this website, you can book in your horse for a consultation and treatment with Tom Beech (The Osteopathic Vet), and receive a group discount and local rates.
Currently the initial examination and treatment fee is £250 per horse plus the visit fee (VAT included).
Follow ups are £195.
Should further tests, sedation, internal or dental work be needed then that is extra and based on the individual case.
With this in mind the total cost can be between £195-£600 depending on what is required. Each step will be discussed and explained.
All payments are made on the day at the time of the appointment via cash, card or bank transfer (no cheques).
Clinic appointments will require a deposit of £50 to be made. This is deducted from the total on the day. A refund can be given if cancelled more than 7 days prior to the appointment.
If you’d like an appointment, Tom will need the following details:
Name and Surname;
Home address and post code;
Yard address and post code;
Name of horse(s);
Mobile number and email address.
Finally, could you inform your vet that you’d like Tom to examine your horse and forward any relevant history including relevant radiographs (xrays), CT scans etc to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To book, either RSVP to this event or send Dan Wain Equestrian a message/e-mail with your full name and your preferred date of clinic.
If you'd like any more info, you can contact Tom through his facebook page, 'The Osteopathic Vet'.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a treatment clinic with Tom only and is not open to spectators.