I'm pretty sure my TB (Ezreal) just ate some spoilt grain out of a compost bin bordering the fence. The resourceful boy removed the heavy rock and plank of wood on top of the lid. It would have been a large ice cream container of chaff-biscuits (which are about the size of wheeties) and probably 500g lupins and 300g micronised barley - and it smelled like curdled milk or vomit when I chucked it out and had been spoiling for about 1/2 a week (it got rained on in a the feed bucket in a now empty paddock). What should I do? And what should I be looking for? Any idea in what kind of time-frame symptoms might show? No signs of colic or much of anything thus far.
To make matters worse he is tearing around at the moment because we recently had to put his paddock mate down (story below), he' got some sheep buddies but they are not the same and he is anxious.
TBH I'm having a bad few weeks, last Monday I had to make the decision to put to sleep Qwerty after he had a fit (vet said could have been a stroke or a seizure - it was awful to watch ) that was (in the vets opinion) most likely related to his long-term back and coordination difficulties. The spoilt food was Qwerty's I had just fed him when the fit happened :( and then, the next day I received a call that a lady had found my cat who had gone missing and he was very sick and I also had to put him down
Two unexpected deaths in two days and now I'm freaked out about Ezreal to!
~sad and worried