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WAS DRIVEN BY A DESPERATION TO HELP MY OWN HORSE…..TO SAVE HIS PRECIOUS LIFE WHICH
WAS IN SERIOUS DANGER, THEN, WHEN IT WORKED, I WAS DRIVEN BY THE DESIRE TO HELP
OTHER DESPERATE OWNERS, AND OTHER TROUBLED HORSES
Was Troubling My Horse
initially what troubled my horse Shaun was a serious bout of colic, resulting
in a twisted large intestine (bowel). This happened some years ago and he had
to undergo emergency surgery.
I think that was one of the worst nights
of my life as I sat with family members watching the clock. Each minute felt like
an eternity as I waited for the call from the vet. The call came after midnight
- it was good news. Shaun had survived and had not had to have any gut removed.
But he wasn't out of the woods yet.
Post-surgery problems can set in at
any time and without warning. It was a nail-biting time as I waited impatiently
on "visiting hours" so that I could go in to see him. I felt nauseous with nerves
as I approached the veterinary hospital, but was so relieved to see him standing.
He was fitted with a drip and I can't remember what all else, but he was standing
Luckily Shaun survived and gained strength each day and
exactly a week later he was back home. But things would never be quite the same
again. Unfortunately, my lovely gentle horse was left prone to the terribly debilitating
problem of spasmodic colic - usually brought on by consumption of his favourite
food - grass. The vet had warned me that Shaun could be susceptible to this, and
he was exactly right.
I Had To Take It Upon Myself To Find Something To Help Him
nobody else seemed to be able to, and I had to do something.
one's horse suffer, sometimes on a daily basis is terrifying. With Shaun, it was
predominantly during grass growth season, and the spring and autumn flushes were
desperately dangerous for him. However, he could occasionally suffer during the
winter months too - so we couldn't relax even then.
I often had to restrict
his grazing and bring him into the stable during the afternoon when the grass
is at its sweetest and turn him out later when there is less sugar in the grass.
This is a good time to point out that there is more sugar in the grass
during daylight hours than during night time hours, so night time is the safest
time to turn out a horse that may be susceptible to gas build-up due to grass.