Tag Archives: water

Dehydration

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STEVE: Dehydration in a horse is a fairly subtle situation, early on. Most people don’t even notice it. But if gone unchecked or unnoticed for a long period of time, it can become a very, very serious situation for the … Continue reading

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Choke

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STEVE: Well choke in a horse usually occurs when they have had a long period of time away from both water and feed. The most typical presentation that I get is that it’s a horse that’s gone and taken a … Continue reading

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Shelter (Safety, Ventilation)

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STEVE: If you’re in the Southeast United States: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, right along the Gulf Coast; it typically is a very, very mild climate. It doesn’t get really cold. You can get away with something as simple as a run-in … Continue reading

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Water (How often, How much)

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STEVE: I don’t really believe that horses ever get too much water. You can basically give them too much water at a time when they would try to take in too much. If they’re really, really overstressed, way too hot, … Continue reading

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