1941 Long Corner Road, Mount Airy, MD 21771
Office: (301) 829-4977
Email: email@example.com / Fax: (301) 576-4465
After Hours Emergency Line: (866) 435-7119
Welcome to the veterinary practice of
Michael D. Erskine, D.V.M., D.A.B.V.P (Equine)
Dr. Erskine provides complete ambulatory service for horses in central Maryland including Howard and Montgomery Counties, and much of Carroll and Frederick Counties. He also provides out-patient services (by appointment only) in our clinic, which is conveniently located in Mt. Airy, Maryland. Together with his intern Dr. Suzie Welker, Dr. Erskine is committed to the health and well-being of your horse.
We are members of Damascus Equine Associates, a group of independent equine veterinarians that includes Dr. Roger Scullin, Dr. Peter Radue, Dr. Jim Lewis, and Dr. Megan Snyder. Dr. Amy Polkes is available for internal medicine consults. Damascus Equine Associates provides unparalleled experience and service for the horse community in central Maryland including comprehensive health care and emergency services.
We look forward to working with you on behalf of your horse.
Located in Mt. Airy, MD, our clinic features two exam rooms and an array of diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities. Our facility is temperature controlled and is comfortable during all seasons.
Many procedures are discounted when performed in the clinic.
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In 2009, we began to offer a Clinical Parasite Control Program. This program addresses the problem of parasite drug resistance. During 2010 and 2011, only 10% of horses tested were categorized as High or Moderate shedders. That means that 90% of the horses tested were maintained on twice a year deworming.
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The Lameness Locator® is a wireless computer-assisted motion analysis system used to objectively detect and evaluate lameness patterns in the horse. The resulting Lameness Locator® analysis report can be used to help determine whether a lameness exists, which limb or limbs are involved, the severity of the lameness, and the phase of stride (impact, mid-stance, or push off) that the lameness is most severe.
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Call for Research Participants!
Dr. Mike Erskine and Dr. Suzie Welker, practitioners at Damascus Equine Associates, have been collaborating with Dr. Jennifer Barrett and Dr. Nathaniel White, surgeons at Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center, to design a research project determining normal reference ranges of ultrasonographic measurements of hind limb suspensory ligaments among our diverse horse population.
Great Strides Therapeutic Riding will be hosting a clinic with Linda Kohanov June 14-17, 2014!
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We are excited to offer a few new wellness programs! Click here to learn more about our Geriatric or Performance Horse Wellness Programs.
Dr. Erskine is the 2012 President of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners!
In July 2012, Dr. Welker began her ABVP Residency with Dr. Erskine and Damascus Equine Associates.
Maryland Veterinary Foundation
The Maryland Veterinary Foundation grants educational scholarships to deserving Maryland residents pursuing all levels of veterinary medical education. With the high cost of veterinary medical education, the need for such scholarships has never been greater.
We are excited to offer electronic Coggins tests. Make sure that your e-mail address is on file with the office to receive your paperwork electronically.
Please note that our fax number has changed!
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