The majority of horses with gastric ulcers do not show outward symptoms. They have more subtle symptoms, such as a poor appetite, decreased performance and a poor hair coat. More serious cases will show abdominal pain (colic)
Above are the symptoms of Gastric ulcers.
-have a poor appetite. ( In fact she loves to eat)
- have a decrease in her performance. ( it has actually increased)
- have a poor hair coat. ( It is shiny and it is extremely soft)
- had colic once ( 6 months ago) and it was a mild case the vet didnt even have to come out!
Don't ACT LIKE YOU KNOW WHATS HAPPENING WITH MY HORSE, BECAUSE YOU don't!
* I didnt ask what could go wrong and if its a bad thing. Because I know it is. I asked if you have solutions! And if you don't have any then don't reply to this topic!