When a horse’s healing process gets derailed, wounds can become chronic; here’s how to handle injuries and prevent complications.
As a journalist, I’ve learned to expect one response before all others when calling to interview a source on equine wounds: the rueful chuckle. As a veterinarian, I understand why. Horses have a sharp-object-detecting superpower. If there is a single edge or point within reach, eventually a horse’s skin will come in contact with it. More than one owner h
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