Lymphangitis in Horses
- Apr 1, 2000
Many horse owners are faced with what is unscientifically called a "fat leg" in their horses. You walk into your field or stall to catch your horse, and there he stands, lame, with one leg swollen from the stifle down to twice its normal size. There are many things that can cause this condition, and some of them are life-threatening.
If a horse is found with one leg swollen as
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