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A Kid's Guide to Horse Health

October 2012 by Nicole Clarke, VN, DipPratMgt

You are your pony’s best friend and, knowing its personality better than anyone, you are often the first to notice if something is wrong. Tell your Mum and Dad right away, and call your veterinarian for further advice on what you can do.

Your veterinarian will help to determine whether your pony requires urgent attention. Keep their number close at hand, such as in the stables, in your first aid kit and by the phone.

Keeping your pony healthy is rewarding and can also be fun. Why not make a daily check list or a special pony record book, so you can track any changes and pick up if anything may be wrong?

You may like to make a check list.

ANGEL Date: Friday April 5