These days most horse owners are clued-up enough to know that horse ulcers exist, as well as treatments. Some horse owners may even know some of the symptoms related to horse ulcers, including weight loss, colic, lack of appetite, pawing, and poor performance.
But that’s about as much as many people know about horse ulcers … except for the fact that Gastroguard is the useful but expensive cure.
The truth of the matter is that not all horse ulcers are the same. In fact, ulcers come in 4 varieties. Horses can develop ulcers in the upper stomach, lower stomach, duodenum, and colon. Each type of horse ulcer occurs for a different reason as well.
Want to learn more? Read the full text of the article Horse Ulcers: Not the Same for Every Horse.
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