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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
Unfortunately just because she was wormed doesn't mean she is worm free. Young minis are notorious for being wormy even with regular scheduals, which is why I recommend having a fecal done by a vet. In my area it costs about $55 if you bring the sample to the vet, and they can then tell you if she has worms and if so, what kind. Once you know that you can know exactly what she needs wormed with (there are many types for many kinds of worms and their different stages) and you can kill the existing worms.
As for lice, you can look for those by yourself most likely. Take a fine bristled comb and part her hair in many places. Lice tend to hand out above the tail head, around/in the tail, in/around the mane, in the forlock, behind the ears, and sometimes on the horse's topline. They are small, wingless, greyish bugs and their eggs are white.
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