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Colic can of course occur at any time of day and year, but there are many different types of colic that we see
Welcome to the Winter Edition of the Kessock Equine Vets’ newsletter!
When should you call the vet when you spot a wound on your horse?
Although not an immediate threat to life, choke in horses is distressing to both horse and owner
Simply, colic is abdominal pain irrespective of cause. Learn more about it here...
What have we been up to?
Ragwort poisoning can be very dangerous to our horses, let’s take a look at how to keep them safe during the spring…
Some notes and guidance on keeping your horse safe from influenza. Read more about symptoms of the condition and what to do if you're concerned...
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