Following its debut release last year, H&H Ask The Vet is back, featuring 100 pages of veterinary know-how on a huge range of topics from the Horse & Hound veterinary experts.
The supplement, which is packed full of the latest advice, is proving popular with readers.
“I have been a horse owner for many years, but have still learnt plenty of new things from this handy magazine,” said reader Janet Amos.
Christine Toalster added: “It’s really well organised and easy to follow. It’s a very user-friendly magazine to keep on the yard.
“I particularly liked the articles on how horses see, coping with colic and managing diet.”
This year’s publication tackles essential issues, including how to prevent infectious diseases, bringing your horse back from injury without risking recurrence, how to spot and treat causes of lost form and ways to respond to emergencies such as colic, bleeding and acute lameness — making it a must-read for every horse owner.
H&H Ask The Vet costs just £3.99 and is on sale until 25 June in WHSmith, supermarkets and independent newsagents.
You can also order your copy: tel: 01733 385170 or visit www.mags-uk.com/askthevet
This news story was first published in Horse & Hound magazine (6 June 2013)