You know your horse better than anyone--what behavior is "normal" and when something’s not quite right. There are also certain parameters you can monitor to keep tabs on his health. Knowing these normal resting (adult horse) values can help you establish baseline information for your horse and detect potential health problems early, and sharing departures from "normal" with your veterinarian can help him or her gauge the severity of a sick horse’s condition. Learn more in this special report.
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