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Welcome to Strain Equine Services
Your Equine Veterinarian in Basehor, Kansas
Call us at 913.728.2499

Horse Emergency? Call us right away at 913.728.2499!

Strain Equine Services, LLC was established June 1, 2007. We are a full service equine ambulatory, in-house and emergency care veterinary hospital.

Our doctors and staff are dedicated to providing the best in cutting edge options in preventing, diagnosing, and treating injuries and illnesses, along with performance and corrective certified dentistry, acupuncture and routine care in all breeds and disciplines of equines.

At Strain Equine, we treat your horse like the valued family members they are.

"Working hard to improve and maintain
the health and performance of your equine"


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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr. Strain came out late on a Saturday night and spent a considerable amount of time working on my senior Standardbred who may have been one of the most difficult cases of choke Dr. Strain has came up against. He arrived ASAP after our call and Tez wouldn't still be standing had it not been for Dr. Strain. He had to work in low light conditions and showed great compassion towards my horse as things got messy. I highly recommend Strain Equine Services. I can't believe how reasonable the cost of this emergency call was."
    Rachel S. W.
  • "For the last 2 years, we have used Strain Equine. Every visit, whether a farm call or a visit there at the site, I grow more and more appreciative of Dr Johnson and the staff. They explain what they are doing to my girl and why they are doing it. They explain what to expect and that means so much. If not for their help and attention to details, our situation would be a lot different today. Dr Brook treats all the horses and horse owners the same They ALL listen, show kindness and compassion. Thank you to the whole staff for being so great at what you do, for your kindness and for your compassion."
    Kathy P.
  • "Super appreciative that Dr Strain was able to work us in on short notice for some much needed debts work! He was quick and efficient and explained everything along the way! Scarlett and I really appreciate you!"
    Kimberly W. H.

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