Horse Owners & Visitors

Compassionate and High Quality Care

Visiting hours for hospitalized horses

 

Monday through Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am-12:00pm

 

Weekend drop-off and pick up by prior arrangement only

 

When you come to visit your horse please check in at our front office. Pioneer asks that while you are visiting your horse in our hospital that you interact with your horse only. Please respect the privacy of other hospitalized patients. Dogs are allowed on leash under special circumstances, under no circumstances are dogs allowed in the barns. Thank you for your cooperation.

Tours

 

We offer tours of our facility to school, 4-H, scout troops and other groups. Please call our office to schedule a tour today! (209) 847-5951

Annual Client Education Seminar

 

At the beginning of every year, Pioneer Equine Hospital hosts a Client Education Seminar. At the seminar we discuss various topics, have a live demonstration, and provide lunch for all who attend. Check in with us as it gets closer to the end of the year to get signed up. Like and follow us on Facebook to stay informed on what’s happening at Pioneer Equine Hospital year round.

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Absolutely in stitches. My stomach is sore. Whilst we were outside doing something else for a moment, some body broke into the tack room and into his milk replacer powder and decided to help himself 😂😂😂😂😂 Worth a watch - oh Mr. Bambino our little orphan

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They learn so quick where the good stuff is!

Stephie Tio Tai

The ultimate milk mustache!! 🤣😂🤣

July 4th is almost upon us, and many equestrians and farm owners out there are already dreading the fireworks that are going to terrorize their animals in the night.

Here are some tips to keep your equine friends safe during the booming festivities:
• Be aware of scheduled firework displays in your area and communicate with your neigh-bors, maybe kindly ask them to give you some notice if they are planning to use fireworks.
• If you horses are staying out, check their paddock or pasture for any hazards like rocks, branches or holes that could lead to injury if the horses start bolting.
• Turn up the radio and the fans in the barn to drown out some of the loud noises, and leave the lights on to help lessen the effect of the bright flashes.
• If you are really worried about your horse's safety or are unsure, consult your veterinarian about calming agents and sedatives.

And if you are planning on setting off fireworks yourself this week, enjoy the celebrations but please be considerate of the people and the animals living around you. God bless America! 🇺🇸
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As we say a heartfelt goodbye and best of luck to our intern group of 2018-2019, we'd like to welcome the intern group of 2019-2020! From left to right; Dr. Michala Lindley from Washington State University, Dr. Melanie Connor from Colorado State University, Dr. Elena Combs from Washington State University, and Dr. Meghan Wanstrath from Purdue University. We are so excited to have them! ... See MoreSee Less

As we say a heartfelt goodbye and best of luck to our intern group of 2018-2019, wed like to welcome the intern group of 2019-2020! From left to right; Dr. Michala Lindley from Washington State University, Dr. Melanie Connor from Colorado State University, Dr. Elena Combs from Washington State University, and Dr. Meghan Wanstrath from Purdue University. We are so excited to have them!

 

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Last years were so fun! Welcome new crew!

Welcome to the best equine veterinary office in America , ladies!

Welcome to one of the best years of your life! It’s going to rock!

Lucky group! In and outs!!

Welcome to Cali and the best known horse fixer upper place ever

Best wishes on your next adventures

Girl Power 💪🏼 Have fun and get ready for a challenging, exciting and crazy year!! Welcome to the PEH fam!

Welcome.

GO COUGS!!!!

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Wondering if chiropractic is right for your horse? Dr. Kami Vickerman recently completed a 240 hour post-graduate program for animal chiropractic in addition to being certified in acupuncture in 2017. Her chiropractic services will be available at the clinic and on ranch calls for both your horse and dog companions. Give us a call to schedule an appointment today! ... See MoreSee Less

Wondering if chiropractic is right for your horse?   Dr. Kami Vickerman recently completed a 240 hour post-graduate program for animal chiropractic in addition to being certified in acupuncture in 2017.  Her chiropractic services will be available at the clinic and on ranch calls for both your horse and dog companions.  Give us a call to schedule an appointment today!

 

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Love her, she takes great care of our 4 horses! Way to go Dr. Vickermen always learning!

Yay Kami, you've been wonderful with all the horses. So thankful

Great to know. I travel quite a ways for all that for Toto. Now I wont have to travel so far.

roo loves her kami! she takes great care !!

That's awesome Dr Kami!!

This is an EXCELLENT additional service!!!

That is awesome!!!

Yayyyy!!!

Yay Kami!

Nice!

Casie Mayer Gliege

Will she travel to merced?

How far will she travel for ranch calls?

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