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Choke - esophageal obstruction

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Choke - esophageal obstruction

Every owner will at some time have to deal with an emergency involving their horse, so it is essential to know how to deal with such emergencies before they arise. When you think your horse is unwell or in pain make sure you call your vet immediately. If your horse chokes it should be treated as an emergency - you should learn to recognise it and deal with it appropriately.

What is choke?

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What causes choke?

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How will I know if my horse has choke?

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Can my horse be treated for choke?

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How can I prevent my horse from choking?

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