Earlier this month saw World Horse Welfare CEO Roly Owers head to China to deliver equine-focused veterinary training to third year students at the Inner Mongolia Agricultural University (IMAU).
Roly, who is a qualified vet, teamed up with World Horse Welfare Trustee Sarah Coombs - also a practicing vet - to provide essential training in measuring vital signs, assessing pain & lameness and performing welfare assessments.
For veterinary students in China, even basic practical training in equine health and welfare are often absent from the curriculum. World Horse Welfare's partnership with IMAU seeks to help ensure that the country's considerable equine population will have access to veterinary care that meets their needs now and in the future.
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