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First Aid for Horses

TYING UP

Tying up or azoturia is a syndrome that affects the horse's muscles. The hind end muscles are usually the most severly affected, but all muscles may be involved.

After hard work, the horse may become very stiff, sweat profusely, and the muscles will be rigid. Do not force the horse to move.

•  Call your veterinarian immediately.

If you are on a trail ride, let your horse rest a least 30 minutes before leading him back to your stable. Prompt treatment will help to minimize muscle damage and future problems.

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