June 2010
Irish Veterinary Journal;Jun2010, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p342
Academic Journal
The article presents a range of steps to be considered in improving the equine welfare and the capabilities of veterinary practitioners in addressing such concerns in Ireland. It highlights the importance of educating people about the optimal horse husbandry and care. It is also suggested to be proactive in the promotion of preventive healthcare in veterinary.


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