The standing procedure involves temporarily inserting tubing from the horse's tear duct into the sinus cavity.
Photo by Courtesy Dr. Palle Brink
Hot topics include digestion, metabolism, soft tissue injuries, and inflamm-aging.
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In the August 2016 Issue
Horses at Work: Lifestyles of Working and Service Horses
Horses that plow, heal, and protect have distinctly different lifestyles than the average riding horse.
Also in this issue:
Q. I have a fine-boned 3-year-old Welsh/Quarter Horse cross that I would like to start in regular work and training, but I'm reluctant for fear of placing too much stress on her young spine. When is it safe to start and ride her on a regular basis?
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