U.C. Davis School of Veterinay Medicine Book of Horses
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Alvin & Gretchen
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Rating: 5

Good Reference Guide

posted 5 years ago

Provides basic information for horse owners that want to understand how to take care of their horses and keep them in good health. This was written by experts from the faculty and staff of the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine.

Pros: From a great school.

Cons: None

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Alice M.
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Very informative

posted 6 years ago

Although I don't have a horse I do have this book and it is filled with a lot of information regarding horses. I have used it on a few school projects and it give some great information.

Pros: very educational

Cons: very big

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