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    02-18-2011, 08:24 AM
eating to much ???

Hey guys

So 3 weekends ago my neighbors horse passed away :'( and Dakota was his companion. She was very depressed and lonly for a while but now she's doing alot better the only thing is my neighbors was schedual to go to florda and his not coming back til the end of april so im feeding her. The only thing is it looks like she's bored so she eat ovesly. They used to eat one bale of hay for the 2 of them in 2 days. But now she eats 1 bale of hay by herself in 1 day !! Is this bad for her should I feed her only have my dad says she can blow and my coash just said oh that alot and nothing else so should I only feed her have a bale ???? And get her a toy ball or something to keep her busy?
Thank you

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