Colic in Horses: Recognize the Signs

Owners, beware. THE NUMBER ONE KILLER OF HORSES IS COLIC! But it’s not a disease. It is not an immediate accident. And, unfortunately, it is not thoroughly understood.

It can, however, become life threatening in a relatively

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Owners, beware. THE NUMBER ONE KILLER OF HORSES IS COLIC! But it’s not a disease. It is not an immediate accident. And, unfortunately, it is not thoroughly understood.

It can, however, become life threatening in a relatively short period of time. By quickly and accurately recognizing a combination of signs–and seeking qualified veterinary help–the chance of a horse recovering from colic can be maximized.

 

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