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by Diana Rosemary Tuke. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780851311937. Release Date:January 1973.
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This manual draws on Diana Tuke's personal experience, to provide an aid to helping horses recover from illness or injury. It sets down the principles of good nursing care and looks at the common ailments and accidents, showing how to identify problems before explaining what to do about them.
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Understanding horse behaviour is a very important part of caring for horses. This book describes horse behaviour in both the wild 'natural' environment and in the domestic environment. It then looks at how you can reduce stress in the domestic horse by understanding and acknowledging their real needs, resulting in a more 'well-adjusted', content and thriving animal.