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Kentucky Farms

Horse Boarding Stables

Pine MeadowEquine Service
Pine Meadow Equine Service
(757) 867-6001

Providing comprehensive health care for horses in the Tidewater area of Virginia since 1994.  Serving southeastern Virginia, including the Peninsula, Williamsburg/James City County, Smithfield/Isle of Wight County, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach and the Greater Gloucester/Mathews area.


Comprehensive health services including preventative health programs, dentistry, endoscopy, digital x-rays, and ultrasound.

Equine Veterinary & Dentist Providers

Tidewater Equine Clinic
Tidewater Equine Clinic and Farm Animal Services
(757) 253-8048


Tidewater Equine Clinic and Farm Animal Services is a large animal, mobile veterinary practice specializing in horses and other farm animals. Our patients include, but are not limited to, equines of all kinds, cattle, goats, sheep, llamas, alpacas, and pigs. We provide 24-hour emergency services as well as regular appointments.

Oks Veterinary Clinic
The Oaks Veterinary Clinic Equine & Farm Services
Phone: (757) 365-4887
Toll Free: (888)365-4887

The Oaks Veterinary Clinic Equine & Farm Services located in Smithfield Virginia on Benns Church Boulevard, directly behind The Oaks Veterinary Clinic.  We offer mobile and on-site appointments, along with 24-hour emergency services for equine, bovine, and small ruminants.  We currently serve the Tidewater and Hampton Roads areas of Virginia, and northeastern portions of North Carolina.  Our focus is to provide our patients with the same​ high quality veterinary care that we would desire for our own animals.

Ken Pankow Equine Dentist
Ken Pankow, LLC
(540) 675-3815

Ken Pankow is a certified equine dentist who is registered in Virginia. Ken provides a dental maintenance program that will keep your horses (young or old) on a corrective and balanced path. Keeping a horse on a maintenance program will improve overall health and longevity. He uses only hand floats. More than ninety percent of the horses Ken works on do not need to be sedated.  With patience and a quiet approach most horses will relax for a routine floating. 

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