Getting A Second Opinion

Your horse comes up lame. You call your veterinarian and have him or her come out and examine the animal. Your practitioner prescribes a treatment protocol that is carried out. The horse improves somewhat, but a nagging lameness remains. You call and ask your veterinarian to make another visit to your farm. The veterinarian arrives, examines the horse again, and tells you to continue with the

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