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Q. Hi my horse hurt her eye are there something that I can do with out having a vet comeut

A. If your hourse has an injured eye than a veterinary should take a look at it to determine the extent of the injury and the best treatment. It is impossible to know how to treat it without an examination. Please call a vet so that the best treatment can be started.

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DR. LEIGH PUSATERI, DVM

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