Thanks... Believe me, I have been going over it in my head for days... And honestly all I can come up with is that he just can't handle the changes in his life.. But what to do about it is whats causing me grief... None of it adds up, I have owned him since birth, when I say his behaviour has done a 180 I mean it... he's turned out with his stall mate but doesnt seem to want anything to do with him... The other horse will be across the field grazing and mine just paces the fence line, calling... Who or what he is calling for baffles me, as he lived alone for the past 9 months... We are talking about a horse that for the past 11 years has been the most mellow laid back attitude you could ever dream for in a horse, and honestly its pretty upsetting to see this kind of behaviour. It just isnt adding up, He is clearly displaying signs of being stressed and rather then settling in over time, the behaviour is simply escalating, and I fear for his wellbeing, on a long term basis.
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