Oh I wouldn't have a clue lol
can you tell just by looking or do you have to get a vet to confirm?
She was good tonight, I took a stockwhip out with me so I could get through without any issues... NOT to hit her with, but to make sure that she knows **** well to get out of my space and leave me the hell alone. I only had to crack it twice, the other times I just pointed away and said "Out" very forcefully, both her and my gelding know what that means. When I gave her some feed (just plain old meadow chaff with some toxin binder in it) she really took her time coming over. I stayed by the feed with my whip dropped on the ground, not looking at her and stood there with quite a weak stance, and she circled around me, and walked back and forwards before coming any closer. When she finally walked in to the feed slowly, I petted her on the neck and left her be.