Dr. Jessica Rexroth, Equine Veterinarian

I am an equine veterinarian, my mobile practice serves horses and limited small ruminants in southeast Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

I provide routine service as well as emergency coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for all your equine and small ruminant veterinary needs. For specialist consultations, referrals can be arranged to any practice well-equipped to address your animals' specific condition. I look forward to providing continuous personalized care for my established clients and forging relationships with new clients and their animals. Please call or email me through the contact form below for more information.

Save 10% on your current invoice

Make a full payment at the time of service, you will receive a 10% discount on your total invoice for the day. Otherwise, payments are due within 30 days of service.

Refer a friend, earn a credit

Refer a new client who schedules and completes an appointment, you will receive a $10 credit on your account. Just have them let me know you sent them.

Dog & cat vaccination while on a call

If you have an appointment for your horse or small ruminant, I can vaccinate your other pets at the same time. Please call ahead for details & scheduling.

Client education seminars

Learning opportunities in a casual, small group environment throughout the year. See what you've missed already on the CE Seminars page.

Equine Wellness Plans

Pre-paid wellness plans save you over 20% off the regular price of the bundled services.

They also save in the long-run by identifying potential issues at regularly scheduled exams that can be promptly addressed, which is good for both you and the health of your horse. Wellness plans lock in the price of included bundled services for the year, meaning there are no unexpected price increases. You'll know just how much you are spending for the preventative maintenance of your horse.

A pre-paid wellness plan allows you to budget your expenditures in any given year more effectively while saving you money and reducing your overall worry about the health of your horse and the costs involved. There are three levels of care available, see the Wellness Plan Page for complete details.


Service Area | Comptoi Horse Image
Emergency coverage 24/7, 365 days a year for clients, along with the services listed below.
  • Routine Farm Calls and Mobile Pharmacy
  • Preventative Medicine & Maintenance Care
  • Referrals to Specialty Hospitals
  • Lameness
  • Vaccinations
  • Ophthalmology
  • Wellness examinations
  • Breeding & reproduction
  • Pre-purchase examinations
  • Digital X-ray and ultrasound
  • Digital Coggins tests & health certificates
  • Discounted yearly pre-paid equine health packages
  • Dentistry: Basic surgery & floating with Terafloat

Home Again Microchips  

All microchips inserted will be automatically enrolled with Home Again at no additonal cost, linking the chip and pet information to the client.

Parasight System: Computerized Fecals

Parasite Worm Counts for live stock

The Parasight System is an automated computerized fecal egg count system that eliminates the need for microscope counts by hand

The system processes the manure samples and dyes the eggs, which are then counted by the machine and circled in an image that can be emailed to each client for results you can see.

I also have the ability to suggest treatment plans in the emails.

Stall-side testing for lactate levels in horses

Miniature Horse mare and foal

Blood lactate levels can give us an indication of prognosis for colic cases, as well as some other diseases.

Blood lactate levels can assist in determining if referral for surgery or additional treatment is indicated.

The lactate meter gives a reading on a drop of blood in seconds, assisting in a fast decision-making process when time is of the essence.

Pro-Stride APS from Owl Manor Veterinary

This new technology combines the best parts of the biologic treatments IRAP and PRP in a stall-side treatment that requires no incubation.

Pro-Stride APS uses a horse's own blood to produce an amazing anti-inflammatory and healing joint injection treatment and can also be used for treating soft tissue injuries in tendons and ligaments.

The results are longer-lasting than typical steroid joint injections, are safer for horses with metabolic disease, better for young horses, and won't test positive in USEF, FEI and AQHA drug testing.

Stall-side testing for ketones in goats & sheep

Ewe sheep

Pregnant goats and sheep in late gestation or during lactation can suffer from a devastating disease process called pregnancy toxemia, or ketosis.

This disease causes an energy deficiency in the animal which can be fatal to both the dam and developing fetuses.

Early detection of elevated beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB) levels, a type of ketone, in pregnant small ruminants that aren't acting well serves as a marker for this disease, and allows early treatment. The new BHB meter utilizes one drop of blood stall-side for a quick result.