PVH Now Offering Equine Appointments on the Peninsula

Published on July 18, 2017

Evening Client Ed Seminar on “Talking Teeth: The Importance of Routine Dental Floats for Horses” & Appointments Available the Next Day

Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital will soon be making veterinary visits for horses on the Peninsula in order to increase horse owner convenience and expand veterinary resources to our friends and barns in the area.

To kick off the service, Dr. Liana Wiegel will be available for dental exams and floats, lameness exams, joint injections, and general exams on 9.10 and 10.15. While there, she’ll also be giving client education talks on equine dental care.

We’ll be adding more dates and locations, so if these don’t work for you, ask about upcoming options. We look forward to seeing you and your horses on the Peninsula!

Sandamar Farm
4499 NE Gunderson Road, Poulsbo  •  360.731.0153

Wednesday, September 9, 7 p.m.
“Talking Teeth: The Importance of Routine Dental Floats for Horses” Client Education Seminar
No fee to attend but please register in advance.

Thursday, September 10
Equine wellness appointments with Dr. Wiegel
Please call to schedule in advance and any availabilities can be scheduled after the talk.

Cottingham Farm
10445 Secretariat Lane NE, Bainbridge Island  •  360.536.6623

Wednesday, October 14, 7 p.m.
“Talking Teeth: The Importance of Routine Dental Floats for Horses” Client Education Seminar
No fee to attend but please register in advance.

Thursday, October 15
Equine wellness appointments with Dr. Wiegel
Please call to schedule in advance and any availabilities can be scheduled after the talk.

Both barns will allow for haul-in appts.; contact them for details.

Please call 360.568.3111 for appointments, dental talk registration & more details.

Dr. Liana Wiegel grew up riding paint horses around the corn fields of Wisconsin, where she was born and raised. She received her B.S. and DVM from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to joining PVH as an associate ambulatory equine veterinarian in 2013, Dr. Wiegel completed her hospital and ambulatory internship at the Snohomish hospital. Professional interests include equine dentistry, lameness, reproduction, senior care and ophthalmology. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her four dogs and three horses, and running.