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COLIC

Early signs of colic can be difficult to recognize. The symptoms show evidence of abdominal pain and may include uneasiness, pawing, looking or biting at flank, kicking at the belly, laying down frequently, and rolling.

•  Your veterinarian should be alerted to all colic situations.

When calling, try to have the following information:

•   did the horse clean up it's grain?
•   have there been any changes in feeding?
•   what is the horses rectal temperature?
•   how long has the horse been uneasy?

Depending on the severity of the colic you may not be able to gather all of this information.

You should begin walking the horse if at all possible. It is important to keep him/her on his/her feet and prevent him/her from rolling, as this may lead to even more serious situations.

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