About Dr. Lombardo


My Mission:  To offer high quality, personalized veterinary services for the dedicated horse owner who wants the best in veterinary care for their equine companion.  To provide outstanding services in the areas of preventive medicine, reproduction, internal medicine, emergency care, lameness, dentistry, nutrition and client education.


My vision:  To create healthier horses and better educated horse people.


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A Brief Introduction…

Hello!  My name is Jonathan Lombardo, and I am an equine veterinarian.  My practice is based in Red Wing, Minnesota, and I provide ambulatory services to the surrounding area.  I have been the owner of my own veterinary practice for four years, before which I was an equine veterinarian in a multi-doctor practice for several years.  I was trained at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, graduating in the year 2000.  During my training, I spent considerable time at private veterinary practices in Kentucky and Ohio.  I also spent time at Castleton Farm, a 150 year old breeding farm in Lexington, Kentucky.  While there, I acquired substantial experience dealing with equine reproduction.  We also had over 200 foals born on the farm annually, so I was able to be present at plenty of foalings.  I cherish the memories of my time in Kentucky, and I have been known to reminisce at some length about my experiences there.   Since completing my training, my equine caseload has included internal medicine, reproduction,  dentistry, preventive medicine and surgery.  I really enjoy what I do, and I enjoy the people and horses I have the privilege to work with.   New technology and new knowledge are always emerging, so I am always learning new and better ways to care for my patients.

I am married to a wonderful lady named Leah.  We live on a beautiful farm nestled at the base of a limestone bluff near Red Wing, Minnesota.  Leah has a twelve year old Clydesdale/Thoroughbred cross gelding named Rhett, whom she has campaigned in FEI level dressage competition.  I enjoy riding my Quarterhorse gelding named Elmo.  We also have a Clydesdale and two miniature donkeys who keep him company.

Thanks for giving me the opportunity to introduce myself.

Very Best Wishes,

Jonathan Lombardo, DVM

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