Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Kansas in the summer, Kentucky most of the time
First off, sorry this happened :( I've had that happen and it absolutely sucks.
wet down her food. It will help the choking tremendously. I work at a place with older horses who all have a greater risk for choke. Since they started wetting down food, it hasn't happened. And when my horse choked, that's what the vet told me to do.
you could also put a salt lick IN her food bowl (I use food pans so it's easier to do in those) to slow her down a bit.
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