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Compendium EquineNovember/December 2008 (Vol 3, No 9)

Understanding Behavior: Typical Head Shaker

by  Bonnie R. Rush, MS, DVM, DACVIM

    This horse is a head shaker. While walking around inside of a building, this horse shakes his head up and down repeatedly, exhibiting clinical signs typical of a head shaker. Read related article