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LACERATIONS

In the event that your horse gets cut, inspect the wound and try to answer the following questions:

•   how old is the wound?
•   where is the wound located?
•   does it involve a joint?
•   do any tendons or ligaments appear to be severed?
•   how much is it bleeding?

This information is important to give to the veterinarian when you call, to allow the best assessment of the injury. The veterinarian can then determine whether it can be sutured, whether it requires special equipment, or whether it needs care in the clinic.




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