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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In Observation of 4th of July!

As a reminder our office will be closed this Friday July 3rd and Saturday July 4th in observation of the holiday.

As always we are open 24/7 for Emergencies. If you have an emergency, please call 209-847-5951.

Thank you,
Your Pioneer Team
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In Observation of 4th of July!

As a reminder our office will be closed this Friday July 3rd and Saturday July 4th in observation of the holiday. 

As always we are open 24/7 for Emergencies. If you have an emergency, please call 209-847-5951.

Thank you,
Your Pioneer Team

 

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Happy Independence Day to everyone !

We've said goodbye to our intern group of 2019-2020 and would like to welcome our intern group of 2020-2021!
From left to right:
Dr. Mana Okudaira, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Kalli Rocha, Oregon State University
Dr. Tasha Hulands, University of California Davis
Dr. Henre Honnas, The Royal Veterinary College of London (not pictured)
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Weve said goodbye to our intern group of 2019-2020 and would like to welcome our intern group of 2020-2021! 
From left to right:
Dr. Mana Okudaira, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Kalli Rocha, Oregon State University
Dr. Tasha Hulands, University of California Davis 
Dr. Henre Honnas, The Royal Veterinary College of London (not pictured)

 

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Congratulations Dr. Hulands!!! We are very proud of you!

Oh Tasha !!! DR. Hulands! Congrats !!! Time flys - enjoy your intern year!!

Good luck on your future careers.

Congratulations Kalli Sherer Rocha! You will do great things!

Learning from the Best! Congratulations !

Welcome 👍🏼🙏🏼❤️🐴

Welcome

I just broke in the old group!!! Lol

Katelyn Babcock, another good one 🙂

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Update on our Covid-19 Protocol:

The health and well-being of your horse is our top priority. As news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community continues to develop, we are monitoring the situation closely. Like you, we are deeply concerned by the impact this is having on our country and the rest of the world. We are also very aware of our responsibility to provide exceptional care to your animals and you during this difficult time.

As you all know, the COVID-19 landscape changes rapidly. At this time, our clinic and ambulatory resources remain open and are operating under regular business hours. However, in order to ensure your safety and the safety of our staff, and under the guidance of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Equine Practitioners and local and federal governments (CDC), we will be modifying our appointment structure as follows:

HOSPITAL VISITS:
*Healthy human? Please come to your appointment, but, for your safety and that of our staff and other clients, please remain by your vehicle:
*Please call the front office at 209-847-5951 when you arrive to check in for your appointment.
*****If you must come into the Lobby we ask that you please wear a mask. Masks are required to enter the clinic.
If payment information has not previously been provided, the front office will request it when you check in.
*Please unload your horse(s) and either put them in one of our day pens or tie them to your trailer and a member of our staff will then come and get your horse and we will proceed with the appointment.
****During the appointment, Clients may be on the Lameness pad at a safe distance, wearing a mask.
****At this time, we are still not allowing clients in the exam rooms during appointments.

At the conclusion of the appointment, or as needed during the appointment, the doctor will call you to discuss findings and treatment plans/options.
Doctors may be calling from their cell phones, which are often private numbers, so please be sure to answer calls from blocked numbers while at your appointment.
We will then return your horse to a day pen or tie them to your trailer, and you will then be able to load them into your trailer.
We will let you know the invoice total and then process your credit card
If you would like to pay via another means (cash, check) please let us know and we will work with you to accommodate that payment.
Feeling ill? We are still happy to evaluate and treat your horse, but please find an alternative source to bring in your horse and then abide by the above guidelines.
Feeling ill but don’t have any help? We are still happy to evaluate and treat your horse, but please abide by the above guidelines.
AMBULATORY VISITS:
Please stay in your home (or at home if your horse is at a boarding facility) for the appointment and allow the doctor to communicate with you via phone.
If your presence at the appointment is absolutely necessary, please allow the doctor and technician to handle your horse(s) and maintain a safe social distance of at least 10 feet.
Only one person may be present for these appointments.


Thank you for your patience and cooperation. We understand this may be challenging and even frustrating for many of you, but we also know that you understand the need for us to do what we can to protect one another. We realize these restrictions will make our interactions seem much less personal, which will be difficult for all of us, but, as with all things, this too shall pass! If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us (209-847-5951), and we will keep you updated as we learn any additional information that may impact you, your horses or Pioneer. We look forward to seeing your horse soon.



-Your Pioneer Team
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A friendly reminder of our current COVID-19 policies from Remo!

Hospital Visits:
* Healthy human? Please come to your appointment, but, for your safety and that of our staff and other clients, please remain in your vehicle:
-Please call the front office at 209-847-5951 when you arrive to check in for your appointment
* If payment information has not previously been provided, the front office will request it when you check in
* Please unload your horse(s) and either put them in one of our day pens or tie them to your trailer and then return to your vehicle. A member of our staff will then come and get your horse and we will proceed with the appointment while you wait in your vehicle
* At the conclusion of the appointment, or as needed during the appointment, the doctor will call you to discuss findings and treatment plans/options
* Doctors may be calling from their cell phones, which are often private numbers, so please be sure to answer calls from blocked numbers while at your appointment
* We will then return your horse to a day pen or tie them to your trailer, and you will then be able to load them into your trailer
-We will let you know the invoice total and then process your credit card
*If you would like to pay via another means (cash, check) please let us know and we will work with you to accommodate that payment

• Feeling ill? We are still happy to evaluate and treat your horse, but please find an alternative source to bring in your horse and then abide by the above guidelines
• Feeling ill but don’t have any help? We are still happy to evaluate and treat your horse, but please abide by the above guidelines

Ambulatory Visits:
• Please stay in your home (or at home if your horse is at a boarding facility) for the appointment and allow the doctor to communicate with you via phone
• If your presence at the appointment is absolutely necessary, please allow the doctor and technician to handle your horse(s) and maintain a safe social distance of at least 10 feet
-Only one person may be present for these appointments

Thank you for your patience and cooperation. We understand this may be challenging and even frustrating for many of you, but we also know that you understand the need for us to do what we can to protect one another. We realize these restrictions will make our interactions seem much less personal, which will be difficult for all of us, but, as with all things, this too shall pass! If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us (209-847-5951), and we will keep you updated as we learn any additional information that may impact you, your horses or Pioneer. We look forward to seeing your horse soon.

-Your Pioneer Team
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A friendly reminder of our current COVID-19 policies from Remo! 

Hospital Visits:
* Healthy human? Please come to your appointment, but, for your safety and that of our staff and other clients, please remain in your vehicle:
   -Please call the front office at 209-847-5951 when you arrive to check in for your appointment
* If payment information has not previously been provided, the front office will request it when you check in
* Please unload your horse(s) and either put them in one of our day pens or tie them to your trailer and then return to your vehicle.  A member of our staff will then come and get your horse and we will proceed with the appointment while you wait in your vehicle
* At the conclusion of the appointment, or as needed during the appointment, the doctor will call you to discuss findings and treatment plans/options
* Doctors may be calling from their cell phones, which are often private numbers, so please be sure to answer calls from blocked numbers while at your appointment
* We will then return your horse to a day pen or tie them to your trailer, and you will then be able to load them into your trailer
  -We will let you know the invoice total and then process your credit card
*If you would like to pay via another means (cash, check) please let us know and we will work with you to accommodate that payment 

• Feeling ill? We are still happy to evaluate and treat your horse, but please find an alternative source to bring in your horse and then abide by the above guidelines
• Feeling ill but don’t have any help? We are still happy to evaluate and treat your horse, but please abide by the above guidelines

Ambulatory Visits:
• Please stay in your home (or at home if your horse is at a boarding facility) for the appointment and allow the doctor to communicate with you via phone
• If your presence at the appointment is absolutely necessary, please allow the doctor and technician to handle your horse(s) and maintain a safe social distance of at least 10 feet
  -Only one person may be present for these appointments 

Thank you for your patience and cooperation. We understand this may be challenging and even frustrating for many of you, but we also know that you understand the need for us to do what we can to protect one another.  We realize these restrictions will make our interactions seem much less personal, which will be difficult for all of us, but, as with all things, this too shall pass!  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us (209-847-5951), and we will keep you updated as we learn any additional information that may impact you, your horses or Pioneer.  We look forward to seeing your horse soon.

-Your Pioneer Team

How cute is this mini in his Easter outfit! This is Buddy, he is in training to be a service animal for his owner and was treated here at Pioneer for colic. Check out his little sneakers! ... See MoreSee Less

How cute is this mini in his Easter outfit! This is Buddy, he is in training to be a service animal for his owner and was treated here at Pioneer for colic. Check out his little sneakers!Image attachment

Congratulations Lu Thomas!Today is a special day because today Lu Thomas was inducted into the National Hunter Hall of Fame! We’re so proud to get to share the days with this amazing horsewoman! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations Lu Thomas!
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