The Story of Seadown
Horse Magazine

The Story of Seadown

The New Forest is a magical place of ancient woodland, open moors, beautiful glades and coastal walks. It is still one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture and heathland in the UK where ponies, cattle, donkeys and deer roam free. It is also home to a particularly unique, mixed veterinary practice that has served the new forest community, it’s people and animals since 1923.

According to its senior equine vet, Peter Tunney, Seadown Veterinary Group is special for many reasons. “Most of our vets and support staff have been together for many, years – we’re like a family,” he reveals. “It is also a privilege to work in such a unique area and to enjoy close relationships with a crosssection of owners and their equines, helping to fulfil their hopes and expectations.”

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