Call us at (802) 875-5445
Upper Valley Equine Services is an ambulatory equine veterinary dental practice based out of Chester, VT. Our practice covers parts of VT, NH, and MA by appointment. We strive to provide high quality veterinary dental care to all ages, breeds, and disciplines of horses and donkeys. In order to best care for your horse we emphasize the importance of client education and preventative medicine. Rest assured, that the care and treatment of your horse will be provided by a veterinarian that has undergone equine specific training. Building client relationships is important to us. Please feel free to contact us anytime if you have questions or concerns about the care of your horses. Their health is important to us and we will make ourselves available to address your concerns.
Dr. Kristen Clapp
Upper Valley Equine Services, LLC | 802-875-5445
PO Box 767
Chester, VT 05143
Our team of experts are dedicated to providing each of our patients with high-quality care so that they receive the best service possible in Chester.
Our staff is trained and knowledgeable about the latest procedures, tools, and techniques to properly care for our patients.
Each of our patients requires something different and we are focused on meeting their individual needs with a customized treatment plan.
UVES is owned and operated by Dr. Kristen Clapp. Kristen is from Long Island, NY where she was brought up riding and showing hunter/jumpers. She trained and owned her off the track Thoroughbred “Puck” for about 15 years. It was through riding and growing up working on a small farm on LI that Kristen learned at a very young age that she wanted to devote her career to veterinary medicine.
congratulations and we're wishing you all the best, good to know you'll be in our barn again Peter and Gretchen in Surry NH
Kristen and Penny came out today for routine care for my three geldings. Can’t recommend them enough! They both took care of my tribe like they are members of their own. Always nice to work with a vet who takes the time to explain what they are finding and how they will correct it. Thanks Kristen and Penny!...
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