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    08-09-2012, 11:46 PM
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My mare is peeing in her stall more lately...why??

I have a 10 year old mare, never had babies, and she is peeing in her stall more (probably b/c it's almsot 100 degrees every day) and she's licking the salt bar like there's no tomorrow. She's out in the pasture from 8-3. And then I ride her in the PM at least 2-3 days a week. But what she's doing differently is peeing in her stall and not the paddock and she used to pee when I would hand graze her after a good workout. Which I do almost always. But now she waits to get in her stall and pees right in the middle. Could it just be the summer heat?? Also, I keep working with her to be able to clean her teets. She's real squimish and she used to kick out. I'm getting that under control slowly. Any advice is welcome. Thanks!
     

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