First of all, this is the first time I've created a thread since they added that whole "what's your thread about" spiel, and I laughed really hard.
Anyways, on to the topic at hand. I was browsing through vets in my area as Flash needs his vaccinations done and I have no clue who to go with as I haven't owned a horse for 6 years... I came across one vet that does "Prepaid Yearly Health Packages" for your horse.
These packages include a general exam, dental exam, vaccinations and a wormer package for the entire year and include the call fees for the things included in the package. There is two packages, one for the "back yard" companion which is $350 and one for the "active and performance horse" for $450. The only difference between the two is that the more expensive one includes flu/rhino vaccination (x2, which means two call fees as well) and the cheaper one does not. I kind of thought the rhino vaccine was necessary? But maybe not for a horse that doesn't leave the yard?
I would love some opinions on these and whether or not you would get one and why!