408 KG (900 LB)
Special Care Needs:
Metabolic Syndrome, Hoof
I also feed timothy pellets, and hoffman minerals. Currently she came back from training for 2 months, she is very irritable towards other horses and is crewing on wood and so with having such a restricted diet at the trainers as he has never had to deal with a laminitic horse, I think that she is slightly under weight, very crabby towards the horses at home and was the same at the trainers (she wasn't that way prior to leaving) but just wondering is she may have ulcers and this would make her very not nice.
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