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tendons and ligaments of the equine distal limb lateral

tendons and ligaments of the equine distal limb lateral view

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How dog breeds have changed over the last 100 years. Awe most of them are cute

How dog breeds have changed over the last 100 years

How dog breeds have changed over the last 100 years. Many have changed with health issues going to worse, but some have barely changed, and many's temperaments have improved.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Endotoxemia is a serious condition resulting from the presence of endotoxin in a horse's blood. It has several causes, ranging from retained fetal membranes after foaling to colic to skin infections. No matter the origin, endotoxemia can lead to shock, laminitis, and even death. Learn more in our step-by-step visual guide, brought to you by TheHorse.com and Plasvacc USA! #horses #horsehealth #endotoxemia

Infographic: Understanding Endotoxemia

Endotoxemia is a serious condition resulting from the presence of endotoxin in a horse's blood.

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A Horse's Normal TPR. Also a CRT for a grow horse would be uner 3 sec. Good stuff to know. Take temps daily and learn to take other vitals.

Horses & Infectious Disease

Learn about 20 important equine infectious diseases that could make your horse sick, how they are spread, and ways to prevent them in our easy-to-foll

The suspensory ligament plays a vital role in stabilizing the equine distal limb.

Equine Distal Limb - Stunning full color anatomy photos that reveal the form and function of the distal limb structures

tendons and ligaments of the equine distal limb palmar view

Equine Distal Limb - Stunning full color anatomy photos that reveal the form and function of the distal limb structures

Very clear photos of the tendons and ligaments in the equine distal limb.

Anatomy-of-the-Equine is a photographic journey through the horse, starting at the feet and slowly building from there.

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