100 Ways to Improve Your Horse's Health Hardcover – May 1, 2005
by Susan Mcbane (Author)
Every horse owner wants the best for their horse. Here are 100 well-thought-out, practical ways to make any horse or pony happier and healthier.
From avoiding mud fever to correct feeding for fat ponies, every aspect of health is covered, with emphasis placed on improving the horse's environment to prevent problems occurring, and to reduce the effect of chronic illnesses. All the advice is practical and simple to follow, and many of the suggestions incorporate money- or time-saving tips.
Organized into chapters, which cover different topics of health care, the most relevant ways of improvement for any given situation are easy to find, and are cross-referenced with other related suggestions. This is a comprehensive and accessible problem solver for all horse owners.
About the Author
Susan McBane is the author of over 40 equestrian books. She has an HNC in Equine Science and Management, and is co-founder of The Equine Behaviour Forum. She lives near Darwin, Lancashire, in the United Kingdom.
Hardcover: 160 pages
Publisher: David & Charles; 1st edition (May 1, 2005)