As briefly touched on in Part 1, unfortunately our equine patients have a significantly higher risk of anaesthetic related complications than other species. At Cambridge Equine Hospital, we do everything possible to reduce these risks.
We understand that having your horse undergo a general anaesthetic can be a stressful time, especially if it is a new experience for you. Below is an outline of what happens during a general anaesthetic at our hospital.
When everything goes according to plan, breeding a foal isn’t very complicated. In Part 3, we discuss diagnostic options when presented with a mare with a history of poor fertility.
Part 2 continues with the options available for breeding your mare, pregnancy diagnosis, and management of the pregnant broodmare
Part 1 of this series gives a quick summary if you are new to the game, or just want a quick revision of the basics. Subscribe to the blog to get notified of new blog posts!
There are many causes of a painful eye, some of which are very serious, so prompt veterinary attention is recommended. In order to diagnose what is wrong with your horse’s eye, a full ophthalmic exam may be necessary.