Discharge from horses nose.
As I type this I'm waiting for the vet to call and tell me she's on her way to meet me and my horse to take a look. But in the meantime I'm stuck waiting... so I'm on the forum. Some of the other horses have discharge on the farm as well. It is the colour of the inside of a banana not yellow but creamy. I didn't see him yesterday as I'm sick at home but my hubby said he seemed "irritated". He is eating. I went this morning and the first time in 7 weeks of owing him he did not come when called. Could be that he's not feeling well or nothing at all.
I have a question about blanketing. I never did this with the horses we had years ago and we lived in Alberta, Canada where it was cold. Here in B.C it is milder but some nights get chilly. He has his winter woolies but when it dropped considerable below zero about 6 nights in a row I blanketed him with the advice from both my coach and other barn boarders.. He wasn't blanketed previously. Just wondering if this can cause issues with horses being too warm under a blanket. Don't beat me up if that is a stupid question...lol. Thoughts please?