Serving Greater Boston and MetroWest
Meredith Boulay, DVM
Dr. Meredith Boulay has been an equine ambulatory veterinarian in Massachusetts for over 15 years. Originally from Upstate New York, she graduated from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005, and then completed a hospital and ambulatory internship at Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center in Ringoes, NJ. She founded Middlesex Equine in 2016, and looks forward to offering her clients a personal approach to their horse’s care. Dr. Boulay has a particular interest in lameness diagnosis and imaging, as well as emergency care. In addition, Dr. Boulay is certified in animal chiropractic by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA).
Some of the Services We Provide
Emergency Care Services
Pre Purchase Exams
When your horse is lame or experiencing a performance issue, a thorough examination can save you time, money and frustration by diagnosing and treating the problem immediately. Middlesex Equine offers digital radiology and ultrasonography, as well as advanced therapies such as stem cell and PRP treatments.
Middlesex Equine provides emergency services around-the-clock. You can rest assured that emergency communication will be timely, and that your horse will receive the best of care.
Prepurchase examinations are recommended for every purchase, given the significant financial and emotional investment you are about to make. The exam provides an objective risk assessment for each horse, and helps you decide if a horse is the right one for you and your goals.
Routine and Geriatric Care
Middlesex Equine offers ambulatory reproduction services to a wide variety of horse owners. Our goal is to provide horse owners with the most current knowledge and techniques for reproductive management of their horses.
Individual assessment of your horse, stable, property, and show schedule provide the basis for a solid preventative medicine plan. Vaccinations, fecal egg counts, and age- and risk-specific screening exams are tailored to your horse's needs.
A thorough dental exam should be done at least once a year for adult horses. Dental problems can cause performance issues, weight loss, colic, and discomfort in our equine companions. Dr. Boulay utilizes both hand and powerfloating to balance and correct your horse's mouth.