Rescue horses have different needs. Some may be injured, or have wounds, while others may "only" be skinny. Whatever their circumstances, rescue horses need worming and feed, and these two very things, if not carried out correctly, may harm or even kill the horse. This concise and to the point how-to book also takes the reader through several pictorial case histories.FROM THE AUTHOR"I've had numerous requests from people who have just rescued a horse, and are at a loss, to produce a little quick-reference book without all the heavy End Notes of my other horse care books. I produced this little book to help such people. If you would like copious references to academic journals, please refer to the End Notes in my other books." ABOUT THE AUTHORDr. A. Nyland is well known for her best selling books on horse care. She has rescued horses all her life, and her latest rescue horse was one that ...