No matter how hard you try, your horse will fall sick at least once. It is crucial that you take care of your injured or sick horse to reduce his sufferings. It is important that you have knowledge about the ways in which you can help your horse to recover from any kind of unwanted sickness. Understanding the basics will help you heal your horse faster than you can have imagined.

Given below are a few important steps that you should take care of if your horse is not keeping well. These basic tips will help you to control the sickness of your horse.

Following the instructions provided by your veterinarian

It is important that you follow all the crucial instructions that have been suggested by your veterinarian. This is undoubtedly one of the most important things that you need to do when you are looking after your sick horse. There might be chances that you have forgotten what your professional veterinarian has advised you to do in case of a certain situation. In this case, you need to call him up and discuss the complications that you are observing in your horse.

You need to understand that your veterinarian might not be always available when you call him. This is why you should make notes about all the important information that he provides so that you do not panic in case of an emergency situation. Moreover, the notes will be extremely helpful in times when you are not sure about doing something.

Cleanliness

Cleanliness is necessary especially when you are trying to take care of your unhealthy horse. If your horse is not severely sick, you can also give him a good and gentle grooming on a regular basis, which will help in maintaining the hygiene of the horse and work towards making him fit and healthy. You should care for your horse in a manner you will care for your own family members if they fall sick.

Keeping your horse warm

It is obvious that even your horse feels cold during the chilly days. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are keeping your horse as warm as possible. During the autumn season or the winter season, you should keep a rug on your horse to ensure that he is warm.

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Keeping fresh water

Fresh and clean water is extremely important for your horse, especially when he is not keeping well. Ensure that your horse drinks enough water or his body will get dehydrated and this will hinder the complete recovery process.

Keeping his routine normal

Even when your horse is sick, you need to keep his routine absolutely normal. This will help in keeping the horse relaxed and calm and will be extremely helpful for the recovery process.

Conclusion

There is nothing to worry if your horse is not well. You should do everything that you can to make your horse feel comfortable so that he gets well soon and gets back to his normal routine.

 

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