Tell If Your Horse Has Ingested Too Much Sand
October 10, 2013
Too much sand in your horse's intestines can cause diarrhea, blockages and colic. Dr. Sharon Spier shows you a how to measure the amount of sand your horse is excreting. (2:18)
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