(410) 741-1473 / Fax: 410-741-1813 wolfcreekequine@gmail.com

Wolf Creek Equine Hospital

Wolf Creek Equine Hospital is a regional, full-service ambulatory care and equine surgical facility.

WCEH would like to Welcome CJ Caniglia, DVM, DAVCS-LA to the practice! He is a full-time board certified surgeon now accepting elective surgeries. Click below to check out his bio!


Clinic Hours

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Clinic Visiting Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Weekend and Holidays Visiting Hours by Appointment Only

Schedule Appointment

To schedule an appointment please call the office at:


Emergency Contact

If you have a TRUE horse emergency and it is after office hours please contact our Emergency Line at:


Meet the Team

WCEH has 2 Full-Time Veterinarians, 2 Part-Time Veterinarians, 1 Full-Time Equine Surgeon, 6 Veterinary Assistants, 1 Office Manager, 2 Office Assistants, 1 Full Time Caretaker and 1 Human Resources employee.

To find out more about each person click here.

Make a Payment

We accept all major Credit Cards, Care Credit, Checks, and Cash. To make a Payment or if you are interested in Care Credit please contact the office at:


Credit Application

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Keep Your Horse Healthy

Make sure you call to schedule Vaccinations


WCEH’s New Online Pharmacy

Get all of your horse’s medications sent straight to your door!

Featured Service:  Gastroscopy

There is no question to the numerous benefits of having your horse’s stomach checked for uclers if clinical signs are present. Horses can have 2 different types of stomach ulcers which are treated in different ways. If your horse is girthy, colicky, has trouble maintaining/gaining weight, biting at their side, or continually has a dull/lackluster coat it may be worth having their stomach scoped. This will greatly help the doctor determine which ulcer your horse may have as well as an appropriate course of treatment. Call today to schedule your horse’s gastroscopoy!

Find out more about all of the Services WCEH has to offer.

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Health Tips

Click on a horse below to learn more about each topic.


  • Lyme Disease in the Horse: Keeping up with Evolution
  • Shock Wave Therapy for Lameness – Keeping up with Evolution


  • Colon Cleanse (Sand Colic)
  • Inject to Protect (WCEH Vaccination Programs)
  • Parasite Control
  • Vaccination Needs: shot in dark?


  • Equine Metabolic Syndrome (Insulin Resistance)
  • Equine Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (EPSSM)
  • Exertional Rhabdomyolysis (Tie-up)
  • Gastric Ulcer Syndrome
  • Pituitary Pars Intermedia Disease (Cushings Disease)


  • Reproduction
  • Artificial Insemination
  • Endometritis
  • Foaling Mares
  • So Your Mare Isn’t Pregnant
  • So You Want to Breed Your Mare
  • The New Foal

Stay in touch. We’d love to serve your equine needs.