Diseases of the horse and how to treat them : a concise by Robert Chawner

By Robert Chawner

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Iymptoms are always present, but they will vary greatly in iuten- stage becomes THE noRSE. 46 and in the rapidity viitli which the} progress, from which circumstances bronchitis is said to be acute or chronic^ as the case may be. hi the acute form there are also several variations, and veterinary writers are in the habit of again subdividing it into acute and sub acute, but the two leading divisions are sufficient for aM practical purposes. It begins with the usual premonitory appearances of a severe cold, accompanied by a staring coat, and entire loss of appetite.

The case, however, is a rare one, and its description need not, therefore, occupy much of our space. isting of the deep muscles of the haunch, which nothing but compulsory work will restore to a healthy condition. The only treatment necessary in the early stage of strain of the hip joint is rest and cooling diet, &c. ; but, after six weeks or two months, a gradual return to work is indispensable to effect a cure. Strains op the stifle, independently of blows, are rare; but the latter often are inflicted upon this joint in hunting, leaving little evidence externally, so that it is almost always doubtful whether the injury is the result of a blow or strain.

GENERAL REMARKS. " It is true that good wind is useless without legs; but tlu diseases of the latter are known to be more under control thao those of the chest, and hence it is, perhaps, that the wind is sc earef'jlly scrutinized by all purchasers of horses. There is, also, much greater difficulty in ascertaining the condition of the lungs and their appendages, and the ordinary observer can only judge of them by an absolute trial while the state of the legs may be Been and felt, and that of the feet can be tolerably well ascertained by a very short run upon hard ground.

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