Snakebite cases rise along with the temperature

07/15/2013 | The Horse

Rattlesnakes, copperheads and water moccasins are a greater threat to horses in the warm summer months. Their bites inject venom that varies widely by species but generally includes substances that break down tissues, impede clotting and harm the heart. This article discusses clinical signs and treatment of bites.

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