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Pocket Reference Bundle - The Pocket Guide to Equine Knots  & Dr. Kellon's Guide to First Aid for Horses

Pocket Reference Bundle - The Pocket Guide to Equine Knots & Dr. Kellon's Guide to First Aid for Horses

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About the Pocket Guide to Equine Knots (Regular Price:$9.95)

Author: Dan Aadland 

Paperback: 208 pages, 4.3 x 6.3 inches 

A Step-by-Step Guide to the Most Important Knots for Horse and Rider

As anyone who has ever stepped foot into a barn knows well, riding, handling, and caring for a horse is no easy task. Learning how to correctly tie knots can make things easier, but with more than four thousand different types of knots out there, the choices can be overwhelming. Here, you’ll learn to recognize a “good” knot—a knot that holds but can be untied after pressure. You’ll look into the world of hitches (systems for packing items onto a horse) and splices (useful ways of joining ropes and creating loops). And you’ll learn step-by-step how to properly tie dozens of different knots.

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About Dr. Kellon's Guide to First Aid for Horses (Reg. Price:$17.95)

Author: Eleanor Kellon VMD

Spiral-bound: 352 pages, 4" x 7.5"

Sound professional advice on what to do until the veterinarian arrives.

A quick and easy reference to conditions that require emergency treatment. Dr. Kellon’s Guide to First Aid for Horses offers guidelines to be followed in determining what a horse's problem could be, and it suggests information that should be given to the veterinarian as soon as you call. This guide is organized by color-coded chapters on specific types of problems and  on specific anatomical areas and organ systems. At the beginning of each chapter is a quick reference list of symptoms and topics that allows you to turn immediately to those sections of the chapter that might pertain to your horse’s problems.


Dr. Kellon’s Guide to First Aid for Horses includes lists of symptoms and their causes, instructions for home treatment, and checklists of the first aid supplies necessary to deal with the following emergencies:
  • Concussions, burns, and shock
  • Abrasions, lacerations, bleeding
  • Smoke inhalation, asthma, and emphysema
  • Fever, botulism, and blood poisoning
  • Colic, bloating, constipation, and diarrhea
  • Hypothermia, hyperthermia, and frostbite
  • Stroke, muscle cramps, laminitis, and seizures
  • Bladder infection and stones in the urinary tract
  • Prolonged labor, newborn emergencies
  • Allergies and adverse drug reactions
  • And many other life threatening situations or conditions
  • Also includes reference sections on preparing horses for treatment, restraint, drug reactions, and managing trapped horses. 


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