Large Animal

Equine Services

Picture of foal in fieldDrs. Whitehair and Gose provide the expertise to serve you and your horses.

We provide a full range of services including:

  • Reproductive management including breeding soundness examinations for mares and stallions, reproductive ultrasound imaging for ovulation prediction and pregnancy detection, uterine culture and biopsy
  • Artificial insemination of fresh, chilled, or frozen semen
  • Stallion collection and phantom training
  • Shipping fresh chilled and frozen semen
  • Semen freezing
  • Embryo transfer
  • Diagnostic laboratory services including foal IgG SNAP, complete blood panels, Coggins
  • Plasma administration for foals with failure of passive transfer
  • Endoscopy
  • Lameness evaluation and radiology services
  • Tendon ultrasound
  • Prepurchase examination
  • Routine surgical procedures e.g. cryptorchid, hernia repair, laceration repair.
  • Pneumatic dentistry
  • Preventative health services including a special program that gives the horse owner significant discounts on all equine vaccine, dewormer, and preventative health care services.


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Dr. Whitehair performs a dental
on a miniature horse.
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Dr. Gose ultrasounds the tendons of a lame horse.
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Dr. Gose ultrasounds a mare with
intra-uterine fluid accumulation.


Bovine Services

The AAH veterinarians provide many services for cattle producers including:

  • Picture of calf nursing its motherPrimary diagnosis and care for ill individuals
  • Obstetrical services and fertility diagnostics
  • Preventative health planning
  • Diagnostic and surgical services
  • Nutritional ration evaluation
  • Reproductive examinations and ultrasonography
  • Production records analysis

Dr. Michael Whitehair (KSU '74)and Dr. Jon Gose (KSU '03) provide diagnostic, surgical, and medical services for our bovine and equine clients. Dr. Whitehair comes from a cattle background, giving him an understanding of the industry as a whole. Dr. Whitehair is a past president of the Kansas Veterinary Medical Association, is active in the Academy of Veterinary Consultants and is a Member of the House Advisory Committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Whitehair is also a member of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners. These associations help keep him in touch with the latest technologies associated with stocker/feeders, beef cow/calf and dairy industries. Dr. Gose has primary interest in equine reproduction, lameness evaluation and equine medicine/surgery. Assisted reproductive technologies such as freezing semen and embryo transfer, along with ultrasound diagnostic imaging techniques, provide advanced technical capabilities to offer equine clients. Dr. Gose is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners as well as a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.