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Title:THE WORK OF THE ARMY VETERINARY CORPS : and how it is helped by the RSPCA [Main Title]
Film Number:IWM 114
Other titles:OFFICIAL PICTURES OF THE BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE - FIFTH SERIES [Series Title]
Summary: The British Army Veterinary Hospital at Neufchâtel, near Dieppe, France, spring 1916.
Description: An unfinished stable at the hospital, "will you help the RSPCA to complete it ?". A group of three horses. A wounded horse being attended to at a mobile veterinary section near the front. Wounded horses are entrained, then detrained at the hospital and loaded into a horse-box. The hospital itself includes an operating theatre, with horses being operated on, treatment for shrapnel wounds, and a horse-dip. The horses are then fed and exercised. A remount officer inspects the cured horses and they are led out of the stables.