Neighbor's horse is colicing, and no one is home
I was watering my baby orchard this mornibg and noticed that my neighbors horse is colicing. I rang their doorbell and no one is home.
When I was finished watering the horse was worse, alternatly laying flat and rolling, up and down several times.
I came home to get some banamine and I have it in my hand. Would you give it to your neighbors horse?
I know she loves her horses, but I do not really know her.
We have only talked briefly when I water my trees.
I guess I need to go in the paddock and check the capillary refill time and listen for gut sounds.
What would you do?