Originally Posted by poppy1356
So if she has no fever then it's probably not the flu? She is only with one other horse and that paddock is separated by two fence lines from any other paddock so no other horses can even touch noses. I do know she has allergies but I've never seen them this bad. But then again mine have never been this bad this early in the season.
Well, it is a reasonably good sign that it isn't the flu if there is no elevated temp. Since there seems to be an exception to everything, I won't say "positivley can't be", but the odds are definitely way in your favor if she has no fever.