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Dunlap Equine Services


Entrance to the new Dunlap Equine Services facility

Inpatients, outpatients and isolation patients are housed separately within the clinic complex.

The complex was designed with plenty of room for a farrier station and for bringing in even the largest 18 wheeler over the road horse transporters easily and safely.

The ability to do client education seminars played a big role in the design of the facility. For example, on January 21, Jennifer Dunlap, DVM hosted a leg bandaging workshop.
Dunlap Equine Services, owned by Jennifer Dunlap, DVM, has expanded operations to a new equine veterinary clinic at 22495 Highway 194, Somerville, TN. Ambulatory service for farm calls continues to be available in the west Tennessee, east Arkansas and north Mississippi area, but this new facility allows Dunlap Equine to expand its offerings.

With the design of the clinic, outpatients, aka haul-in appointments, inpatients, and isolation patients are able to be housed separately to keep all patients safer. The clinic includes 26 stalls with four of those being ICU stalls with special fluid pumps, and there are two extra large stalls for draft horses and mares and foals. There are indoor and outdoor arenas for lameness workups and an in-house and online pharmacy and advanced in-house lab.

The site for the clinic was chosen for ease of access off of I-40 (at exit 35) and because even the largest 18-wheeler can easily circle within the complex, allowing for over-the-road horse haulers to be able to unload safely.

A dedicated farrier area was placed in the outpatient barn for therapeutic farrier needs. This area was also designed to allow for plenty of client education seminars. Client education seminars have been planned for every other month for 2022. They will vary from hands-on workshops, such as a leg bandaging workshop held on January 21, 2022, to large scale seminars, such as A Sports Medicine Approach to Lameness from both the veterinarian and farrier perspectives being held March 21, 2022 by Dr. Dunlap and farrier Daniel Bishop.

The clinic is open for regular haul in appointments and 24/7 for emergencies. Find more information at: on facebook.

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