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The Promise Program

​If you Promise to allow our team to deliver quality wellness care, we Promise to supply colic surgical treatment to your horse at no cost to you!

Colic is the number one health risk for horses and the leading cause of death. The decision of doing colic surgery is difficult due to the simple economics of the expense related to surgery and the after care.

Tennessee Equine Hospital is committed to the health and wellness of your horse. The Promise Program is a wellness initiative from the team at Tennessee Equine Hospital to deliver quality care for your horse year around. After years of treating horses in this region, T.E.H. has developed a quality checklist of items we believe to be the best for your horse's health.

In The Promise Program we take over all cost of treatment if and when your horse needs to have surgery. This includes all post-operative care for a total of $7,500 in treatment. The preoperative colic care is your responsibility, but the colic surgery and post-operative care is provided by the team at Tennessee Equine Hospital at no cost to you!

Required Annual Schedule

  • Annual Enrollment Fee
  • Annual Physical Exam
  • Coggins Test
  • Fecal Egg Count
  • Bi-Annual Deworming
  • Dentistry
  • Vaccination Schedule

The Vaccination Schedule Includes:

  • Eastern, Western Encephalomyelitis/Tetanus
  • Rhinopneumonitis/Influenza
  • West Nile Virus
  • Rabies
  • Strangles
  • *Botulism or Potomac Horse Fever​

*At the discretion of the enrolling doctor

The wellness treatment schedule will be built by an enrolling doctor and will be delivered by the team at Tennessee Equine Hospital collectively as needed to maintain compliance. All of these items must be performed by the team at Tennessee Equine Hospital and are not valid if delivered by an alternate source.

​The Promise Program qualifies your horse for $7,500 in colic surgery and post-operative care providing the annual requirements are met and/or scheduled and the owner's account is in good standing. ​All pre-operative colic care is the responsibility of the owner. Any outstanding annual requirements will be pre- billed and charged for at the time of surgery.

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