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Injection Sites (Shots) and Orientation Terms in the Horse
  by Robert N. Oglesby DVM


Introduction » Orientation Sites » Injection Site Selection and Preparation » Drawing Medication and Injection » Vaccination Reactions » More Info 

Injection sites and technique are discussed in this article. Please note, the first time you give injections you should be coached by your veterinarian. Injections should be given under the direction of your veterinarian. These illustrations are provided to help you learn to do it properly.
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