Wellness & Preventative Care Routine Care Will Help Maintain the Health of Your Horse and Identify Problems Early

Equine Wellness & Preventive Care in Lebanon 

At Lebanon Equine Clinic, we're dedicated to providing exceptional veterinary care for your equines. Our wellness and preventive care services are designed to ensure your horse remains healthy, active, and able to perform at its best. Located in the heart of Lebanon, OH, our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with advanced technology and staffed by a team of experienced veterinarians committed to the well-being of your equine companions.

We are available to speak with you 24/7. Just call us at (513) 540-3113 or reach out using our online form.

The Importance of Preventative Care for Equines

Preventive care plays a pivotal role in maintaining optimal health for your horses. Regular check-ups help us identify potential health issues before they become serious problems—saving you time, money, and, most importantly, discomfort or pain for your horse.

We offer a wide range of wellness and preventive care services, tailored to meet the unique needs of each horse we treat, including: 


We provide essential vaccinations that protect against infectious diseases such as influenza, tetanus, Eastern/Western equine encephalitis, and more.

Nutrition Counseling

A balanced diet is crucial for your horse's well-being. Our team can provide you with expert advice on the nutritional needs of your equines to keep them healthy and fit.

Parasite Control

We offer effective parasite control strategies, which include regular fecal testing and deworming programs tailored to each horse.

Dental Health

Maintaining your horse’s oral health is important for preventing feeding, gastrointestinal tract complications, and performance. A complete dental exam performed annually, or every 6 months in some cases, is important to eliminate the sharp points that develop on your horse’s teeth as they continually erupt throughout its life. Complications such as dropping weight, choking and fighting the bit can be signs of poor dental health.

Coggins & Health Certificates 

Equine Infectious Anemia is a viral disease spread by horse flies for which no vaccine or cure exists. A simple blood test called a Coggins test is performed to examine your horse’s blood for antibodies. Horses traveling boarded, going to shows, or being sold must have a negative Coggins exam. Additionally, to cross state lines, horses must have a negative Coggins and a health certificate. Our nationally accredited veterinarians can pull bloodwork for Coggins and write health certificates. We can obtain Coggins in as little as 48 hours.

Contact Us Today
  • Please enter your first name.
  • Please enter your last name.
  • Please enter your phone number.
    This isn't a valid phone number.
  • Please enter your email address.
    This isn't a valid email address.
  • Please make a selection.
  • Please enter a message.
  • By submitting, you agree to be contacted about your request & other information using automated technology. Message frequency varies. Msg & data rates may apply. Text STOP to cancel. Acceptable Use Policy

What sets us apart from the rest

  • 24/7 Veterinary Care
    With our multi-doctor practice, a veterinarian is available 24/7 to provide care for your equine companions, even in case of emergency.
  • Diverse Practice

    With our multi-doctor practice, a veterinarian is available 24/7 to provide care for your equine companions, even in case of emergency.

  • More Than Just Veterinary Professionals

    We are more than just veterinary professionals, we ourselves are pet owners. We strive to provide veterinary care with compassion, understanding and respect.

  • Experienced Doctors and Trained Staff
    Our doctors are Fear-Free Certified and highly established as well as experienced. Our entire staff is certified in Safe Handling.

Hear From Our Clients

    “Honest, straightforward, and actually care about both you and your horse.”

    Laura F.

    “I wouldn’t go to any other place! This group is the best! They are always so friendly and caring and they know what they are doing!”

    Francie S.

Schedule an Appointment with Lebanon Equine Clinic Today

In addition to properly feeding and exercising your horse, working with your veterinarian on routine care will maintain your horse's health and identify problems early on. Our Wellness Programs are designed to keep your horse happy and healthy. Adult horses should have a complete examination once a year, with geriatric horses being examined twice a year. By performing routine exams and the recommended preventative care, your knowledgeable veterinarian can prevent or treat illnesses early on before they become a problem.

Call us at (513) 540-3113 to schedule an appointment today.

24/7 Emergency Services Available