Tuesday, December 17, 2019

The Horse: Dealing With Dummy Foals

This past summer I read of a couple of cases of Dummy foals, so, when I can across this article, I though it might be worth sharing, especially since, "Chances for a good recovery depend upon the speed in which the disorder is diagnosed and treated and the severity of clinical signs."

"At first, everything seems fine: Your foal was born without incident and started nursing as he should. But two days later, the baby quit suckling and began acting strangely–wandering around and pressing his head against the stall wall. Your..."

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