Huron River Equine
Mobile veterinary services for horses in southeastern Michigan
Current clients: Emergency care available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for all equine and small ruminant cases. Dr. Lobar shares call on a rotating basis with other veterinarians and makes arrangements to ensure care is available when she is out of town. Cases may be referred to MSU if surgery or intensive clinical care is warranted.
Non-clients/lapsed clients: Emergency cases may be seen based on Dr. Lobar's availability. Emergency care cannot be guaranteed for non-clients, in order to maintain adequate coverage for established patients.
For the purposes of emergency care, clients are considered current if they have been seen for scheduled, non-emergent care and preventative medicine within the past 12 months.
Routine appointments are available for preventative care, lameness, chronic conditions, and other medical concerns. Routine appointments are offered Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 to 5:00 pm with limited evening and weekend appointments available.
Digital radiographs (X-rays) and ultrasound taken on the farm, with images provided to you via email or flash drive.
Consultation with board-certified radiologists available
Dr. Lobar will be on maternity leave from November 1, 2021 to January 1, 2022. During this time, emergency coverage will be provided through arrangement with other local veterinarians.
Emergencies: Call 248-707-1098; number for on-call vet will be provided
Routine calls: Dr. Shannon Lynch 947-570-1078
Putting the Horse First
Huron River Equine Veterinary Services, PLLC provides quality, on-the-farm care to horses and other large animals in southeastern Michigan. Founded in 2016 by Dr. Hillary Lobar, the mission of Huron River Equine is to put the horse first:
To offer high quality, compassionate veterinary care in an ambulatory setting
To emphasize the complete well-being of the horse as an athlete, partner, and friend
To empower owners using a team-oriented, evidenced-based approach
To protect and preserve the human-horse bond
Dr. Lobar is a 2013 graduate of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (NCSU). She completed an internship at Manor Equine Hospital in Monkton, MD as well as an intensive rotating internship in equine medicine and surgery at NCSU. She has a passion for internal medicine as well as primary care. She's looking forward to meeting you and your horse soon!
Huron River Equine
Comprehensive oral examinations combined with mechanized dental equipment and hand floats to provide top-notch dental care for your horse
Removal of wolf teeth and caps also available
General medical care, strategic parasite control, vaccination, and hoof trimming available for sheep and goats.
Other farm animals seen on a case-by-case basis
Annual or biannual physical exams
Individualized vaccination plans based on AAEP guidelines, lifestyle, and risk of exposure
Strategic parasite control based on fecal egg counts, individual risk, and emerging resistance patterns
PO Box #822, South Lyon, MI 48178
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Evenings and Saturdays by special arrangement