Part 3 of Selena: A reprieve


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In Part Three of this excerpt from the new book Equine ER,

Selena, a Bluegrass polo pony found critically injured in a field, struggles to recover in the intensive care unit. Will she survive?

One of the biggest problems for veterinarians is that their patients can’t talk. No one will ever know what truly happened to Selena. But Dr. Brett Woodie doesn’t need Selena to talk to see how much pain she is in over the next forty-eight hours. Despite the fentanyl patches and pain medications, he can tell it hurts her to even move. She appears terribly depressed, her head constantly down. Yet it turns out that Selena knows how to take care of herself.

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