Eduardo Prado

Animal Care


My name is Eduardo Andrés Prado Carroz, I was born in Maracaibo, Zulia State, Venezuela, on October 6, 1994. I am the youngest of four brothers. All my life I have been involved with the animal world, my passion has always been horses and livestock.

Since I was a child I have been passionate about animal welfare, thus discovering my professional vocation to be a Veterinarian, and my main hobby is riding horses and participating in equestrian activities.


Bachiller en Ciencias

Los Robles High School in Maracaibo – 2011

Médico Veterinario

University of Zulia – 2017

Mejor Estudiante

I had the honor of receiving the diploma of Best Student of the LXXXV class of Veterinary Medicin

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My services

Equine Reproduction Consulting

  • Gynecological examination of the mare, using ultrasound.
  • Pregnancy diagnosis
  • Pregnancy control.
  • Monitoring of the mare for subsequent service
  • Controlled natural riding
  • Artificial insemination, with fresh, refrigerated and frozen semen
  • Management of problem mares (subfertile)
  • Uterine treatments
  • caslick surgery
  • Heat synchronization
  • Hormonal management

Equine general advice

  • Equine management plan
  • Nutrition
  • Feeding programs
  • Health plan
  • Blood hematology and reading
  • Basic dental care
  • Equine physical preparation advice


Improve as a Veterinary Doctor and learn from others, I firmly believe that success lies in humility and perseverance and that the day always comes.

I invite you to know my book

Upcoming events

Multimin México

Generalities in fixed-time artificial insemination programs and the impact of Multimin 90 on them


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Personal blog

Tips to prevent colic in horses

Tips to prevent colic in horses

Colic is intense pain that horses suffer in their abdomen, therefore more than a disease it is a symptom of a hidden problem, which is why we present some recommendations to prevent this dangerous discomfort in your horses. The causes of this problem can be very...

Care of a Pregnant Mare

Care of a Pregnant Mare

The reproduction of a mare does not end when pregnancy is achieved, it is at that moment where a series of care must continue to bring the pregnancy to term and increase the chances of achieving a healthy calf. Once the mare is pregnant, you should think about her...