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    11-19-2012, 10:55 AM
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OP obviously doesn't want advice, just praise.
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    11-19-2012, 11:30 AM
  #12
Foal
Inga: Oh this has all been video, and photos for years, they saw the photo of horse dogs in two countys spca have seen them. Well as I said the guy knows I started caring for him again. So I just wanted to know about the liquid coming out of the butt. I don't know if eating the straw I put in there for his bed is what.
MH Foundation Quarter: Thank you
Cleste: Yes that is what i'm afraid of,so I'm tippy toeing around this now, I have been fighting cancer for 6 years i'm in and out of hospitals i'm so afraid if something happens to me who will help this sweet boy. Everyone around here talk to me about how bad he looks , but these people are afraid to open there mouth they come to me.
Thanks for help, I have to lug more water over to him.
     
    11-19-2012, 11:55 AM
  #13
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I guess all you can do is make sure he has good quality hay and clean fresh water in front of him all the time. Hit him with a wormer as well.
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    11-19-2012, 06:11 PM
  #14
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Originally Posted by Doreen M    
Spotted: Thanks, Ok Two times I smelled gas other times just dribbels,
I wouldn't be to worried about the dribbles, if his poo is normal. Does this guy mind that your have started taking care of the horse ?
Not sure where your from, but I wonder if he would surender it to you. Would you be able to take the horse ? Is that an option for you?
Im worried that if the horse does die or become ill, he will blame it on you...I know your trying to do whats right, but it might bite you.
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    11-19-2012, 06:59 PM
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Its hard to know what to say that wont cause offence here
First off I wouldnt trust the owner either (spotted), if he really cared at all he would sign the horse over to you but with nothing like that if the horse died he sounds to be an unpleasant type and could end up blaming you for interfering and you end up with a bill for compensation
Another stupid thing - but as long as you are willingly taking responsibility for feeding and caring for the horse the SPCA wont get involved
These situations are heartbreaking when you care but this horse does need more than half a job - he needs an awful lot of money thrown at him starting with a vet
There are so many things he could have wrong - severe worms including encysted ones that need attention, possible stomach ulcers, anaemia, dental work and then things like liver or kidney disease should be ruled out
Feeding just oats is probably not great for his digestive system - you could add some non mollassed chop, non mollassed sugar beet & bran to that to slow his digestion down and as he's so thin something with fat content too - rice bran is good or an oil blend like soya and codliver oil and he's going to need a good mineral and vitamin supplement too. There are plenty of good quality complete pelleted feeds on the market that would be better than just oats and be a correct balance of everything he needs
Horses like this need someone with a good cash flow
But you could spend all this money on getting him right and then the owner whisk him away
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    11-19-2012, 07:35 PM
  #16
Foal
Jaydee: I just done give oat I give hay but he is liking the straw, I called a vet and just spoke to the owner I said I will pay for the vet , as long as his money doesn't go in to this horse he is fine. I asked him so many times to let me find him a home,...asking what do you get out of having this horse you never touch love feed, I'll save you money . He thinks he can sell him, WHAT??? 25 years old. Thank you everyone for caring about my boy. Vet will be here in two day THank you all.
     
    11-19-2012, 07:39 PM
  #17
Trained
I would offer him $200. He might take it and you could take proper care of the horse.
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    11-19-2012, 07:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Doreen M    
Thank you everyone for caring about my boy. Vet will be here in two day THank you all.
I mean this nicely, but he isn't your boy, and you're setting yourself up for heartbreak when the horses either "vanishes" , or dies from his real owners neglect.

Get the media, broadcast the situation.
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    11-19-2012, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Doreen M    
Jaydee: I just done give oat I give hay but he is liking the straw, I called a vet and just spoke to the owner I said I will pay for the vet , as long as his money doesn't go in to this horse he is fine. I asked him so many times to let me find him a home,...asking what do you get out of having this horse you never touch love feed, I'll save you money . He thinks he can sell him, WHAT??? 25 years old. Thank you everyone for caring about my boy. Vet will be here in two day THank you all.
Yes I understood that you give him hay but he needs something else mixed in with the oats to help slow down his digestion so he absorbs them properly, he is also likely to get an inbalance in vitamins and minerals by just feeding oats as they are low in calcium - why I suggested you add soaked sugar beet pulp as its high in calcium and also high in fibre which he needs right now.
He's eating straw because he's starving but theres very little nutrition value in it and depending on what sort of straw it is might even cause colic. He would be better off just on hay and no straw at all
I'm glad you're getting the vet out but I just have this nagging feeling that this may not end well for you
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    11-19-2012, 11:52 PM
  #20
Foal
Jaydee: Thanks Now I did pick up Animax I was told by neighbor that this would put weight on him to mix in with oats.I was feeding him what the guy across the road told me to feed him he has two horses they look good. Ok is this all in one bag and what is it called? As I said before the vet is coming on Wednesday.
Thank you everyone for your help.
     

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