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Elder’s Equine has been serving the veterinary medical needs of Manitoba’s horses for over 40 years. Committed to our clients and their horses, we aim to provide the highest quality of equine veterinary care and excellent service to ensure the health and performance of every horse we serve.
Elders Equine Veterinary Service is experienced in all types of medical and surgical conditions. We offer first rate equine care to Winnipeg and surrounding area.
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At Elders Equine Veterinary Service, we treat your horse like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Norm Elder, Dr. Ben Lobb, Dr. Kris Torske and Dr. Chris Bell
Winnipeg Equine Veterinarians | Elders Equine Veterinary Service | 204-864-2888
2911 Lido Plage Rd.
Springstein, Manitoba R0G 0N0
3665 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3K 2G0
Assiniboia Downs Office
3975 Portage Ave
(CLOSED - contact onsite veterinarian via 204-864-2888)
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