Chris Beaune, via e-mail
A. Veterinarians occasionally see focal or patchy sweating in horses, and it is most common on the neck or shoulders but can also be seen on the head, withers, or girth area. There is a well-recognized condition called Horner’s syndrome, which in horses is characterized by sweatin
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