Nurse Your Horse by Diana R. Tuke
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Interesting Resource on caring for ill or injured horses.

posted 5 years ago

This hard cover book from the U.K. has 120+ pages with black & white photos and drawings, plus a number of charts. Rather than just being a first aid guide it also covers routine care, on going care for the ill or injured horse, worming and vaccinations. Through out the book the author shares her personal experiences caring for horses.

The chapters include:

Principles of Sound Nursing
Be Prepared
Routine Care
Worming and Vaccinations
Signs and Symptoms
Veterinary Cupboard
Accidents
Injuries
Ailments and Diseases

Pros: Lots of photos and drawings.

Cons: Published in the U.K. so some terms and medications have differemt names.

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