Miniature Horses A Veterinary Guide For Owners & Breeders
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John S.
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Rating: 5

Excellent Information

posted 5 years ago

This is an excellent reference guide for the miniture horse owner. I would suggest you have it on hand if you own or foster mini's.

Pros: Informative

Cons: None

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Lisa A.
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Rating: 5

Wonderful book

posted 5 years ago

We have never owned a mini before but, when we adopted a mini and a shetland pony we decided we better get up to speed on as much as possible. So we bought this book along with many others. This book has everything you need to know. It has helped us with our girls. Would recommend fully!

Pros: great for first time owners to experienced owners

Cons: nothing bad

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