Study sheds light on risk factors associated with equine anhidrosis

06/10/2010 | PetPeoplesPlace.com

A study of more than 4,600 animals found that compared with ranch horses, those in equine shows and riding-instruction operations were more likely to develop anhidrosis, a condition indicated by having little to no sweat, high body heat and an elevated pulse. Warmblood horses and thoroughbreds also were more likely to contract the disease, noted the study published in JAVMA.

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