Client handout: 5 tips to help you prepare for a new horse

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Client handout: 5 tips to help you prepare for a new horse

Horse ownership carries its share of responsibilities. Help clients give their horses the best care with this handout.
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Sep 21, 2009
By dvm360.com staff
Buying a horse is a bit more complicated than buying a dog or cat. But first-time horse owners might not be aware of the procedures they should follow to keep their pet happy and healthy. So help them out. This client handout outlines five of the most important first steps of horse ownership—from transferring ownership paperwork to ensuring current vaccinations. Click here to download the form—and to start your clients off on the right foot.

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