Jo is able to advise on your horse's current worm control regime, should you have any questions please get in touch. Worm control advice is offered free of charge.
Worm Burden Testing
Along with current industry theories, Jo believes that horses should be routinely tested for their worm burden using faecal egg counts, and only administered anthalmintics (wormers) based upon those results. Understandably, waiting around for your horse to produce the relevant sample can be time consuming, and time is what most people can be short of. Jo will wait with your horse, collect the sample and have it tested on your behalf, sending you the results as soon as she receives them along with what course of action to take. Pinworm tests are available if requested, and may be suggested if your horse presents clinical signs.
Please Note: Jo is a Registered Animal Medicine Advisor SQP-E (companion animals and equines) and is therefore fully qualified to give advice.
How much does Worm Burden Testing cost?
Worm Burden Testing: £20 for the first horse, £15 per additional horse. £12 if the sample is produced when Jo is already on site.
Milage is applied at 50p/mile over the first 10 miles.