Equine anthelmintics: survey of the patterns of use, beliefs and attitudes among horse owners in the UK.

@article{Allison2011EquineAS,
  title={Equine anthelmintics: survey of the patterns of use, beliefs and attitudes among horse owners in the UK.},
  author={Katy Allison and N. M. Taylor and A. J. Wilsmore and Chris Garforth},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={2011},
  volume={168 18},
  pages={
          483
        }
}
  • Katy Allison, N. M. Taylor, +1 author Chris Garforth
  • Published in The Veterinary record 2011
  • Medicine
  • An online survey was conducted to establish horse owners' beliefs, attitudes and practices relating to the use of anthelmintic drugs. Out of a total of 574 respondents, 89 per cent described themselves as 'leisure riders', most of whom took part in a variety of activities including eventing, show jumping, dressage, hunter trials, hunting, driving, endurance and showing. Overall, respondents were generally aware and concerned about the issue of anthelmintic resistance. Less than 60 per cent of… CONTINUE READING

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