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Esplorare la comprensione dei proprietari di cavalli sull’obesità

L'obesità equina è considerata una delle più serie preoccupazioni per il benessere dei cavalli da diporto del Regno Unito, ma si sa poco su come i proprietari di cavalli concettualizzano il peso del proprio cavallo come parte della sua salute, o su come pianificano e mettono in pratica la gestione del peso. Questo studio mirava ad approfondire la comprensione delle percezioni dei proprietari di cavalli da diporto sulla salute degli equini e sulla consapevolezza del grasso in eccesso al fine di chiarire la comprensione delle strategie di successo per la gestione del peso equino.


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