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In her 15 years as a US vet, Karen Hayes has seen many situations where the ultimate outcome could have been happier if horse owners were better prepared to handle the emergency and exercise a little damage control. She wrote this book to help meet that need by offering clear and lucid information on what you should do to truly help your distressed horse.
You'll learn how to assess the situation, how to decide what can and can't wait, and how to take actual steps to improve the odds so that when competent veterinary help does arrive, your horse's chances of full recovery will be the best they can be.
The highly readable text is supported with excellent graphics and photos and is arranged to provide quick information at your fingertips.
- Book Specifications
Sub Heading The Active Horseman's Book of Emergency Care ISBN 0939481421 Author Karen Hayes DVM Binding Hardback Extent 260 x 210mm, 213 pages Illustrations Black and white illustrations Ebook No
"Buy this book. I do not say that often or lightly, but this is one book every horse owner ought to have (and read) before the emergency happens." - USCTA News
"It will be invaluable when disaster strikes. It's easy to forget the correct sequence of emergency care and be ineffective or, worse, counterproductive. With this book as an aid, you can meet the challenge of helping a horse in peril until professional expertise is available." - Dressage & CT
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