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Kent Veterinary Center


If you are searching for a farm to retire your senior to, you have found the perfect spot here at Glasgow Farm, home of Kent Veterinary Center. If your horses could talk they would ask to retire with us! We offer all of the services you would expect from an excellent boarding facility including a customized hay and feed program, well-maintained facilities and a professional staff plus an on site veterinarian. If you would like to learn more about Kent Veterinary Center, please visit our website by clicking the button below.


Our Veterinary Services

  • Wellness Exam

  • House Calls

  • 24 Hour Emergency Calls

  • Dentistry

    • Oral ​Camera

    • X-rays

    • Extraction

    • Floating

    • Equilibration

  • Vaccinations/Coggins

  • Castration

  • In House Bloodwork

  • Medical Treatment of Colic

  • Nutrition Consultations

  • Reproduction

    • Mare Foaling​

    • Artificial Insemination

    • Frozen and Chilled Semen

    • Mare Infertility 

    • Neonatal Care

    • Fetal Sexing

  • Diagnostics

    • Digital Radiology​

    • Digital Ultrasound

    • Gastroscope

    • Endoscopy

  • Race Track Medicine 

  • Lameness Diagnostics & Treatment

    • Pro-Stride

    • PRP/Stem Cells​

    • Acupuncture

    • Shockwave Therapy

    • Joint Injections

  • Pre-purchase Exams

  • Farrier Services

    • Normal and Corrective Shoeing and Trimming​

    • Glue On Shoeing

  • Mircochipping

Pasture for retired horses
"My geldings arrived at Dr. Tubman's farm in the fall of 2016.  They had lived on our New England farm for 18 years.  The adjustments they had to make, from our backyard care to a strange (to them) boarding stable, people and routines, and from northern weather to Eastern Shore humidity and heat, were challenging indeed.  Both were over 25 years old.  Both had Cushing's and had suffered laminitis episodes in the past. 
Dr. Tubman evaluated their condition and, with the help of her excellent staff, stabilized them and guided their healthcare through the winter so that, come the following spring, that could easily withstand the long journey back north to their current home in Maine."

— Tammy Mitman

Harvinton, CT

Retired Horse Boarding Barn
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