Care for horses & livestock/farm animals
Care for cats, dogs & other companion animals
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The Anesthesia Service at New Bolton Center is integrated in the Section of Emergency, Critical Care and Anesthesia.
The cardiology group at New Bolton Center specializes in assessing the significance of heart murmurs or arrhythmias detected in a prepurchase setting, their impact on performance and the evaluation and treatment of horses and other large animals with a wide variety of cardiac arrhythmias and diseases.
Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center offers one of the nation’s few Emergency & Critical Care programs for large animals, with a team of dual board certified specialists, specifically trained in emergency/critical care, surgery and medicine.
Our behavior team conducts consultations, receives appointments, and provides on-farm visits to help clients diagnose and treat behavior issues.
At New Bolton Center, we have the kind of foaling care you need, whether you are expecting a normal birth from a healthy mare, or if you are concerned about a high-risk foaling experience.
Our imaging services comprise:
The Internal Medicine Service is comprised of board-certified specialists in large animal internal medicine who are recognized internationally for their expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of large animal medical disorders.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is designed to accommodate the special needs of the critically ill neonate as well as pregnant animals at increased risk for complications and provide their babies with lifesaving critical care beginning even before birth.
Our neurology service evaluates, diagnoses, and treats large animal patients with a broad array of diseases that either primarily or secondarily affect the nervous system. If your animal is expriencing neck or back pain, issues with balance, muscle atrophy, weakness, tremors, swallowing, deafness or blindness, a neurological examination might help to identify and diagnose your animal's potential disorder.
The Ophthalmology Service at New Bolton Center provides complete ocular examination and diagnostics including slit lamp biomicroscopy, tonometry, ophthalmoscopy, ocular ultrasound, and electroretinography.
The Reproduction Service provides comprehensive reproductive services for mares and stallions from natural breeding to advanced assisted reproductive techniques like embryo and oocyte transfer, among others.
Our team of experts supports the equine athlete with the best approaches in structural, physiological, medical, and surgical treatment options. Our goal is to restore normal form and function after injury or illness of the sport horse from adolescence through retirement.
Our Surgery Service provides sophisticated services by world-renowned, board-certified surgeons with expertise in equine orthopedics, utilizing techniques such as arthroscopy, endoscopy, laparoscopy, laser and cryo-surgery.
Our services are provided by, or in consultation with, two boarded specialists on staff (boarded internist, boarded equine practitioner) as well as access to consultation with all of the in hospital specialists including our ophthalmologist, surgeons and theriogenologists.
The food animal ambulatory practice provides services in herd health and preventative herd health through sick animal management, diagnostic and clinical pathology, record analysis and protocol development. We also offer reproductive management services.
This study evaluates the safety and effectiveness associated with the administration a new medication to positively impact comfort of the eye and prolong vision in horses diagnosed with unilateral or bilateral uveitis.
New Bolton Center's Clinical Diagnostic Laboratories offers numerous testing capabilities, including:
Please call the billing office to set up an account before ordering testing.
Billing office phone number: 610-925-6400.
The mission of the Equine Pharmacology Laboratory at New Bolton Center is to promote the welfare of the working horse and the integrity of sport through pharmacological and forensic research. The Penn Vet Equine Pharmacology Laboratory works closely with the Pennsylvania Equine Toxicology and Research Laboratory (PETRL), which performs equine drug testing for racetracks in the Commonwealth. Dr. Mary Robinson is its acting director.
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The Reference Andrology Laboratory provides complete testing of neat, cooled and frozen-thawed semen from mammalian and avian species. The primary purpose of these services is to aid practitioners in their differential diagnosis of individual/herd/flock reproductive problems.
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Pennsylvania Animal Diagnostic Laboratory System (PADLS) is a tripartite system which joins together the University of Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, and the Pennsylvania State University, and is dedicated to the health, safety and welfare of families here and abroad.
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