As you probably know, I’ve written a bunch of books on horse health over my career (13, to be exact). My publisher, Trafalgar Square Publishing (a wonderful publisher of horse-related books, by the way), gave me the opportunity to buy the last copies of four titles that they have in stock. So I did. If you’d like, I’ll be happy to send you copies of one of them, or all four, for $2.00 per book, plus postage. This is limited, of course, to the stock on hand. If you want, I’ll sign them for you, too!
Concise Guide to Respiratory Disease in the Horse
I wrote this book by request, because there really wasn’t anything out there about diseases of the horse’s respiratory system that made any sense to horse owners. I was very lucky to get help from a lot of experts; I think that the book is very accessible, and provides a lot of good information about diseases that cause horses all sorts of problems.
Concise Guide to Laminitis in the Horse
Laminitis is a perplexing problem that affects horses’ feet. It can be everything from a fairly transient annoyance, to something that results in the end of the horse’s life. We aren’t sure of the exact cause, and no one has a sure cure. As such, there’s a lot of information – and misinformation – out there about this condition. With the help of some of the world’s experts, I tried to simplify the condition a bit, so that horseowners could at least being to understand why it’s such a big problem.
A Concise Guide to Navicular Syndrome in the Horse
For a long time, navicular syndrome was one of the most overdiagnosed conditions of the horse. Of course, it does occur, but newer technologies have helped veterinarians understand that what was once a simple diagnosis is actually one that can involve any number of structures, and that the prognosis for a full recovery is sometimes good. It’s not a diagnosis that should be made lightly – if you read this book, you won’t make that mistake!
The books have been very popular, and have even been translated into other languages, including Russian! They’re about 10 years old, but the information provided is still very timely and useful.
Here’s how to order. Place an order
Tell me which title(s) you want, and how many copies of each.
The cost is $2.00 for each book, plus postage.
In the US, postage is $5.00, for up to 4 books. They are sent by media mail, and it takes up to 10 days after the order is placed.
Internationally, shipping costs are $15 for one book, $25 for 2 – 3 books, and $35 for all four.
I’m doing this myself, so it might take a couple of weeks for you to get your books after you order.
Thanks to Trafalgar Square for the opportunity, and thanks to anyone who is interested in building your library and knowledge base about horses.