The Midwest's Foremost Equine Medical and Surgical Hospital

"It's all about the horse..."

We strive to maximize the quality of life for our equine patienets by providing compassionate care with the utmost attention to the individual needs of the horse and the clients we serve.

Owners Choose Wisconsin Equine Clinic & Hospital because:

Renowned Medical Team Under One Roof

Wisconsin Equine's dynamic group of veterinary specialists in medicine, surgery, reproduction, field service, and sports medicine work together to provide the best care for your horse.

World-Class Equipment and Technology

From MRI, digital radiography and ultrasound to advanced regenerative therapies including stem cell, PRP, IRAP and more, Wisconsin Equine stays current on cutting edge advancements to optimize your horse's care.

24-Hour Emergency Services

In our hospital, or at your stable, our veterinarians and support staff are fully equipped and available to deal with any emergency, at any time.

Superior Quality Farm Calls

Wisconsin Equine vets visit your barn or home to deliver compassionate, expert care with the same high-quality equipment and staff available in our hospital.



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 American Association of Equine Practictioners - AAEP OrganizationAmerican Association of Equine Veterinary TechniciansCollege of American Theriogenologists


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Normal Vital Signs of an Adult Horse


Temperature – 99-101.0

Pulse/Heart Rate - 32 - 44 beats per minute
Respiration Rate – 8-16 breaths per minute at rest
Capillary Refill Time - less than 2 seconds
Mucous Membranes - pale pink

Ask your veterinarian to show you how to properly take your horse’s temperature, pulse, and respiration, and check capillary refill time and mucous membranes. In the event of an illness or emergency, this information will enable you to give your veterinarian a more complete medical history.