Cold weather, warm weather, influenza, air quality and Spring!
During the spring we start to get a few warmer days and horses are back in work or being turned out for longer, ironically this is when many owners see signs of respiratory disease. These are most likely to be the occasional cough or a slight nasal discharge or both together. There are potentially a number of reasons which might explain why we tend to see this every year around springtime! For one thing, many horses will have been stabled for perhaps all or even most of the day . . .
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