We had a vet visit us today and give our 3 Clydesdales worming mixture. The horses were fine for 3 hours, then, out of nowhere, one of them started to be shaky on his feet. He had a high temperature and wanted to lie down.
To make a long story short, currently he is collapsed and not moving. His eyes are still open and is breathing and blinking. We've tried to get him up on his feet but he's not trying (its a bit hard to get a ton or so Clydesdale to stand when he doesn't want to!) He no longer has a temperature and the vet doesn't know what else to try. The vet canít get anything down his throat, but has given him a pain killer. The horseís lips are floppy and his tongue is hanging out.
Weíre not sure whether itís a side effect to the worming mixture because the other horses havenít had any problems.
Any suggestions would be fantastic.