15 Facts on Donkey Health
- By Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor
- Jul 17, 2012
Donkeys are popular in many countries as working animals, pets, and companions. Aside from their characteristic long ears, these equids differ in many ways from horses, including the health conditions they encounter.
This free special report offers 15 useful facts and health considerations about donkeys that every donkey owner and caretaker should know. The report on donkey health outlines ailments that afflict donkeys, such as Besnoitiosis, Hyperlipemia, and lungworms and provides useful health care tips about dental care, hydration, metabolism, Jack sores, sarcoids and more.
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