Are You Prepared for an Emergency?
Do you know what your horse’s normal temperature is supposed to be? How about his heart rate or respiration? Do you know how to take your horse’s pulse?
In an emergency, this information can help your vet assess the situation much more quickly and save valuable time in getting your horse treatment. This week we present a rebroadcast of a 2015 seminar we attended about emergency treatment. We discovered there are many wives tales out there about how to dress a wound, what to do when you suspect colic or founder. Dr. Jeff Hall of the Zoetis Corporation presents a comprehensive overview of how to handle many situations.
The seminar, sponsored by Bakersfield Large Animal Veterinary Hospital, was recorded in a banquet room – sorry for the background noise – but we think the information is important enough to warrant airing this show.
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