Horse Vet Perth

About Perth Equine Vets

At Perth Equine Vets, we know how important horses are to their owners, so your horse will only be attended by an experienced equine-only vet, whether it is in hours, or in the middle of the night.


Veterinary Services


It is recommended that all horses are vaccinated, whether they go out competing or not. All horses can succumb to the fatal disease, Tetanus (lockjaw), which is preventable by a vaccination every 2 years.

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Dental examinations are a vital part of the veterinary preventative healthcare for your horse. It is recommended that all horses have their teeth checked at least every 6 to 12 months in order to prevent problems from building up and causing pain.

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Worming based so FWEC results are vital to prevent resistance from becoming a real problem in our horse population. Blanket worming all horse regularly is no longer recommended and should be based on FWEC results,

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Veterinary Services

About Perth Equine Vets

At Perth Equine Vets, we know how important horses are to their owners, as everyone is just as horse-mad as you are!

Continuity of care is our practice ethos – we know how important it is to establish a trusting relationship between clients, their horses, and the vet. Therefore, we will ensure, that as much as possible, the same vet will attend your horse for recheck examinations. This vet will always be an experienced, equine-only vet. Veterinary care is individual to both owner and horse circumstances, so a blanket approach or a “one size fits all” is not appropriate in the majority of cases. Our clients trusting their vet is something that is very important to us.

We strive to offer a service where care, compassion, and excellent veterinary care are delivered in one package.


We will do our best to make our service as convenient as possible, this includes evening and Saturday visits by prior arrangement. Please contact us if  you have a special request to see if we can help.

Director: Camilla Church BVMS MRCVS

The Perth Equine Vets team is led by director, and vet Camilla Church, who settled in Perthshire after graduation from Glasgow Vet School in 2015. Since then, she worked with mainly horses in mixed and small animal/equine practices. In 2020, she made the difficult but exciting decision to leave a job that I loved and set up on her own.

Camilla has additional qualifications as a Permitted Treating Vet for the FEI, and is a qualified racecourse vet. Perth Equine Vets is often out in the field, providing vet cover for endurance and hunter trial events. On the side, Camilla lectures part-time college for veterinary nursing students online, with the North Highland College.

As a mad keen Pony Clubber, horses have always been important to Camilla growing up. She passed the PC A-test in 2017 and since then became an accredited Stage 4 professional coach with the BHS. She has been teaching freelance since 2019, and have lovely clients, both adults, and children. When she’s not teaching, she competes her superstar horse, Harriet, in BS and BE competitions.



You can also contact us for any non-urgent inquiries via email or phone.  In an emergency always call on 01738 259 427.