Peter C. Sheerin
D.V.M, Owner +1-717-235-3798
Established in 1985, Nandi Veterinary Associates is located in New Freedom, Pennsylvania. The facility was built in 1996 to serve as a veterinary clinic and offices for Nandi Veterinary Associates.
Nandi is a general equine veterinary practice with a Board Certified Theriogenologist, specializing in reproductive services for stallions and mares of all breeds. Nandi also provides canine reproductive services. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by Email or you can visit our Facebook page.
Monday – Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
The Nandi Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory plays an important part in the work performed at Nandi Veterinary Associates. The laboratory allows Dr. Sheerin to perform many procedures on site, which saves time and money. Our laboratory allows us to offer clients a variety of services on site including semen processing, embryo transfer, bacteriology, and hematology. In 1998, Nandi Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (NVDL) was approved by the United States Department of Agriculture to conduct official Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA or coggins) tests. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
At Nandi Veterinary Associates, our trained and experienced staff are ready to assist clients with any equine related issues. We have a proven track record of providing reliable equine services. Family owned and operated, we take the time to work with clients and their horses to ensure an all around great experience. Nandi specializes in reproductive management of mares and stallions of all breeds. We also offer general equine veterinary services as well as 24 hour emergency care to farms within the area. An under roof Equicizer is located on the farm and is used for rehabilitation and fitness regimens. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Dr. Sheerin has been offering canine services to clients for over 20 years. Nandi offers a variety of services from reproductive management, pregnancy exams, semen collection, semen evaluation, semen freezing, artificial insemination, and shipping/storage of semen on site. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
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