(it's not as weird as it sounds.) At first I thought she was going to colic, but she never did. It's been about 2 months and she sounds congested and she has A LOT of gas. She makes the noises more often when I ride her but after she poops like 3 times she stops making the noises, but it's every time I ride. I don't recall her making them while just hanging out in the field but as soon as I get a hold of her she starts doing it and it's starting to worry me. "/>
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quarter.horse.dreams
Reg. Feb 2016
Posted 2016-02-18 9:08 PM
Subject: I think my horse might be sick



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For the past few months my mare has been making "grunting" noises whenever she walks/trots (sometimes but rarely at the canter or gallop)--> (it's not as weird as it sounds.) At first I thought she was going to colic, but she never did. It's been about 2 months and she sounds congested and she has A LOT of gas. She makes the noises more often when I ride her but after she poops like 3 times she stops making the noises, but it's every time I ride. I don't recall her making them while just hanging out in the field but as soon as I get a hold of her she starts doing it and it's starting to worry me.

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