Further information on equine vaccinations

Equine Vaccinations Many of our clients are concerned about the restrictions that have been placed on the provision of vaccinations during the COVID-19 outbreak. The information below will hopefully provide some of information, the answers and reassurance that you need. We are observing Government advice and BEVA guidelines, and balancing horse health against the risk […]

Equine vaccinations during Coronavirus outbreak

Tetanus vaccination guidance for owners during COVID-19 We have been instructed by our regulatory body and the government that, at this time, human health must take priority over animal health. Once a horse has had the primary course of tetanus vaccinations we know the immunity lasts for 2-3 years. We are therefore advising that horses […]

Coronavirus- Equine update

Coronavirus IMPORTANT NOTICE Like the whole nation we are determined to do our part in defeating the coronavirus and help to save lives by following the Prime Minister’s instructions from yesterday. We want to keep our clients safe whilst still providing care for sick and injured horses over the next three weeks, and we promise […]


Small Animal and Exotics: If you or any family member have any symptoms of Covid-19 (persistent cough or fever), have visited a high risk country (as published on gov.uk) or are self-isolating, please do not come into the hospital. If your animal is in need or urgent veterinary care please arrange for someone else to bring […]


Chine House will follow the government’s advice regarding the COVID-19 virus. As a client of Chine House if you are experiencing any of the symptoms of the virus (cough, difficulty in breathing, fever) then please self isolate. Do not come into the practice. You can either send your animal with someone else or postpone your […]

Equine Faecal Worm Egg Counts

The heavy use of wormers in horses over the past 20 years has unfortunately led to a significant amount of worm resistance within the equine population. This means that some wormers are no longer effective at eliminating worm burdens in some horses. These problems can be overcome relatively easily by monitoring the faecal worm egg count […]

We did it!

3067 meters climbed – and 3067 meters descended which is tough going on the knees! 1071 miles driven by 3 dedicated drivers 124 litres of water drunk (kindly donated by Swithland Water https://www.swithlandspringwater.co.uk/) 27 Climbers with the age range between 11 and 53, this weekend successfully completed the National 3 Peaks Challenge to raise funds […]

Chine House achieves RCVS Accreditation

Chine House is proud to announce we have passed our hospital inspection and maintained our Hospital Accreditation. The RCVS Practice Standards Scheme (PSS) is a voluntary initiative to accredit veterinary practices in the UK. Through setting standards and carrying out regular assessments, the Scheme aims to promote and maintain the highest standards of veterinary care. […]

Small Animal Insurance Claims – Policy

There are different levels of cover provided by Insurance companies, please check your policy or with your insurer to ensure the procedure/treatment is covered.  If you are making a claim please bring your claim form with you when you collect your pet having completed the owners section of the form, please include your policy number […]