Vet & Veterinary Terms
Term used to refer to a male donkey
A condition in which the skin becomes yellow in color as do the mucous membranes; this is due to excess amounts of bilirubin.
The middle section of the small intestine, found between the duodenum and the ileum.
A female donkey; commonly referred to as a jennet
A term used to describe a purely black horse
A horse who is balky in appearance
A crooked method of walking in a horse; much like a prance
A ferret who has not been spayed
A trot, slower in pace
a) Term used for a pigâ€™s cheek b) Term used for the meat taken from the cheek of a pig
a) A pen where lambs are kept until their mother claims them b) A chute in a pen in which animals are passed through to help with sorting
A term used for a horse that is not taking well to training and lacks sense
A male cow that is used mostly for breeding
Horses that jump at shows and go through judgment