Julie Goodnight and Veterinarian Deb Schlutz work with a horse whose pain was keeping him from performing.
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Julie Goodnight and Veterinarian Deb Schultz work with a horse whose pain was keeping him from performing.
I’ve been taking care of horses for half a century and during that time I’ve seen hundreds of injured horses, from mild scratches to cuts that need stitches to deep-tissue lacerations, punctures and impalements. As
First Aid Sometimes it seems like a horse could hurt himself even if you locked him in a padded stall. Running and playing with other horses keeps your horse happy but may mean he
make veterinary exams a breeze http://myhorse.com/blogs/horse-trainers/julie-goodnight/julie-goodnights-veterinarian-preparation-for-your-horse/
Prepare your trail horse for the veterinarian with these lessons in ground manners from noted clinician Julie Goodnight http://www.equisearch.com/article/ground-manners-to-prepare-your-horse-for-the-vet
If your horse is well-trained, well-behaved and easy to work with, you’ll make your veterinarian’s job much easier and more effective. Even the best veterinarian must struggle to examine a horse that’s stomping, biting, moving
We have seen you a number of times at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo and love the way you work with horses. We desperately need your advice. We have a 2 year old filly who