A Few Tips and Tricks for Giving Oral Medications to Your Horse
Things I learned when I might have been my horse’s least favorite person.
Don’t ever look in the mirror after a late-night or early morning run to the barn to medicate your horse.
That’s what I did shortly after 12:30 a.m. a few weeks ago, when I returned from the barn after giving Happy, my off-Track Thoroughbred, three 60-mL syringes of milk of magnesia.
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