Conley & Koontz Equine Hospital Inc.
Equine Hospital and Referral Center
Professional Equine Medical Expertise provided by our Equine Veterinarians; Dr. Conley, Dr. Koontz, Dr. Rothenbuhler, and Dr. Gran. From trail horses to race horses, from pet horses to champion performance horses, we provide equine veterinary care to meet your needs.
Serving horses and owners throughout Indiana from our hospital location at: 2249 South 500 East, Columbia City, Indiana..
Join us in supporting a local youth ranch, Dare to Dream, on January 31 at the Allen County Public Library! Dr. Koontz will be presenting 'Show Horse Lameness and the Lameness Exam', open for anyone who wants to learn more. All proceeds go directly to the ranch to support all of the individuals Dare to Dream benefits!
A case of EHM was recently confirmed in LaGrange county, read the below article for more information about the symptoms of EHM and make sure your horses are properly vaccinated! To view Conley and Koontz Vaccine Recommendations, visit the Education & Resources tab or contact our office!
Dr. Kristina Gran has joined the Conley and Koontz Equine team! Dr. Gran is a board certified internal medicine specialist and has special interests in foal care, exercise related conditions, ophthalmology and dentistry.
Click the "About Us" tab to learn more about her!
Conley and Koontz Equine Hospital has added two intern veterinarians to the team, Dr. Maci Burns and Dr. Kelcy Kava! Both doctors will spend the following year with us in order to expand there knowledge in veterinary medicine. Dr. Burns has recently graduated from Purdue University and Dr. Kava has recently graduated from St. George University!
Click the "About Us" tab to learn more about them!
In May of 2018, Dr. Robert Koontz was published in The Horse magazine, featuring an article of his about degenerative suspensory ligament disease.
To view a viewer friendly version of the article, click the following link.
January 20, 2014
In 2009 we made our first trip to the All American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus Ohio. It is the largest single breed horseshow in the world. We had a good horse and a good rider but we... [more]
Question: Can a horse that wings out be corrected by a different way of shoeing? Response: When the limbs "wing out" during movement the issue may be a... [more]