Originally Posted by Micki O
We haven't concidered x-rays or anything at this time. We figured we'd work on the weight and other obvious stuff first.
Right now he has 24/7 turn out with his blind mom. She's supposedly already 5 months pregnant - we haven't checked that yet because we are working on other problems with her also.
I'll post more pictures tonight when I get back from the barn. Thanks everyone
I would figure that figuring out if she is preggers to be a major issue. If she is malnourished as this poor guy, another foal would only take more away from her. Pregnant mares need vaccines throughout their pregnancy and extra nutrients on top of that. It seems like it would be important to know when your treating her, if you are actually treating two. You don't want to prolong any lack of nourishment the foal may be getting through the malnourished mother. I'm sure you don't want two youngins that have developmental issues.
Good luck, looks like that poor little guy is going to need all the help he can get.