Medicating a Horse’s Eye

Administering eye medication can be tricky, but these tips make the task easier.
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Christine Johnson, DVM, of Leclair Equine, in Berthoud, Colorado, demonstrates how to safely administer eye medications to your horse. It helps to have a second person hold the horse while you use your pointer finger and thumb to separate the lid margins. Then, use your other hand to apply the ointment.

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