Administering Equine Drugs
I was talking to an acquaintance the other day and she told me that in certain countries, you are not allowed to administer drugs to a horse without a veterinary license. Say, for example, my horse was colicking, I would normally give him a shot of Banamine intravenously. Is it really illegal to do this in some countries? If so, why? I think being able to administer, for example, Banamine immediately could be life saving for the horse, versus having to wait for the vet to arrive.
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