Q-S

Sep 27, 2013
Category: Q-S
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A group of parasitic worms also known as nematodes. They are often described as a

tube within a tube due to the gastro-intestinal tract that runs from the mouth at the front to the

anus at the rear. They also have a nervous and a reproductive system. Roundworm infections in

horses can be a cause of a variety of problems including weight loss, diarrhoea, poor coat condition,

colic, coughing, anaemia, intestinal blockage and intestinal rupture

Sep 27, 2013
Category: Q-S
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Stands for Suitably Qualified Person. “Suitably Qualified Person" is the legal term for animal

medicine advisors who form a category of professionally qualified people who are entitled to

prescribe and/or supply certain veterinary medicines (e.g. Horse wormers) in the UK under the

Veterinary Medicines Regulations.