From riding rookies to pros, everyone in the industry knows that horses are one of the most emotional animals people interact with. They are naturally smart and sensitive which makes them one of man’s most trusted and cherished four-legged friends. This unique nature, however, extends to its health requirements. Keeping a horse in top shape will require hard work from its owner.
If you’re planning to become a horse owner, you need to learn the basics in upkeeping a horse—from learning how to check its pulse and temperature to assessing its respiration rate—as you may encounter health problems more than once in its lifetime. Mastering these will surely prove to be handy—after all, not everyone lives near a vet.