By Anonymous - 18/8/2021 08:01

My lovely horse

Today, after we managed to find a horse that was completely healthy and problem-free, we took her home. Now she keeps getting thinner because she's stressed and scared. Of what? Of having too much space to move around in, and occasionally seeing deer. FML
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By  Doom_Kitty  |  6

Oh the poor thing :/ Usually horses calm down when they see that the rest oft the herd keeps being calm. So as long as your other horses aren't freaking out she's most likely going to be more satisfied soon. Giver her a lot of time and make aure she has enough company to learn from.

By  core01  |  30

Kind of sounds like only one horse (no herd). Also sounds like ulcers - uncomfortable, tense, reactive, loss of weight and general decline in condition

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By  Doom_Kitty  |  6

Oh the poor thing :/ Usually horses calm down when they see that the rest oft the herd keeps being calm. So as long as your other horses aren't freaking out she's most likely going to be more satisfied soon. Giver her a lot of time and make aure she has enough company to learn from.

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  core01  |  30

Kind of sounds like only one horse (no herd). Also sounds like ulcers - uncomfortable, tense, reactive, loss of weight and general decline in condition