Farm Talk

Equine

March 17, 2009

Legacy Equine designed and built to be the very best

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•24-hour Intensive Care

•Neonatal Intensive Care

•Orthopedic and Arthroscopic Surgery

•Emergency Surgery (Including Colics)

•Embryo Transfer Services

•Preventive Medicine Programs

•Shockwave Therapy

•IRAP Joint Therapy

•Stem Cell Therapy

•Performance Dentistry

•On-Site Laboratory

•Sports Medicine

The list of services could go on and on. Legacy is a facility that is designed to be able to do all they can to assist equine owners and enthusiasts.

“We also really work to keep our prices reasonable for our customers,” Spradley explains. “We want to build our business and be successful from a volume standpoint. We want to show our customers we are there to help them however we can so they won’t hesitate to come back.”

As fast as technology changes so do veterinary practices so both Klotz and Spradley look forward to the future.

“The name Legacy Equine Centre really says it all to Dr. Klotz and I. We wanted to build something that will be around long after we are gone,” Spradley concludes.

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