Fox Valley Equine practice serves clients within a 35-mile radius of the practice office in LaFox, IL. We serve back-yard barns to large boarding facilities, Miniature Horses to Clydesdales, pleasure horses to equine athletes, newborn foals to senior horses.
Established in 1990, by Dr. David Heinze, Fox Valley Equine Practice is dedicated to providing the best field medicine available for clients and their horses. Our mobile practice provides lameness evaluations, state-of-the-art diagnostics, reproductive services, preventative care, emergency services, surgery, dentistry, chiropractic, pre-purchase exams and cutting-edge medicine.
Fox Valley Equine wishes to be part of a team that includes owners, trainers, farriers, stable managers, caretakers and referral hospitals.
We will care for your horses as if they were our horses.
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Dr. Paige Billek explains Equine Stomach Ulcers in the Fall edition of The Midwest Equestrian magazine. Learn why horses get ulcers, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Did You Know?
The average horse drinks 5 to 10 gallons of fresh water per day.
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All About Colic: Symptoms & What to Do
Learn the different types and causes of colic, how to recognize symptoms, and the action you should take if your horse is suffering from colic.
Plants Toxic to Horses
While most poisonous plants have a bitter taste that causes horses to avoid eating them, repeated exposure to certain weeds and trees can have serious effects. This guide will help you recognize the most common of these dangerous plants.