Common equine diseases, Biology

COMMON EQUINE DISEASES -

1.       INFLUENZA OR PINK EYE -

Pink eyes. Swallon eye lids.

2.       STRANGLES -

Fever, dullness, depression, nasal discharge, lumpy abscess in the throat.

3.       TETANUS -

Dilated nostrils, hanging lips exposing the teeth & stiffness of body.

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