Horses are extremely vulnerable to illness, and this is one of the reasons they are not given proper treatment.

The condition of the horse can affect their health and their health care, and it can be life-threatening.

Here are some tips to help determine if your horse is ill.


The vet will want to see the horse for a health check.

The veterinarian will want you to see your horse for the health check, so if you can’t see it, don’t get excited about it.

If the vet feels your horse has a fever, it is a sign of a bad fever.

If you can see the fever, you should be taking your horse to a veterinarian for a check.


If your horse seems lethargic, it might be a sign that the horse is getting sick.

Horses with a lethargy, hoarse or hoarse voice, and/or lethargies or low energy can be a signal that their horse is in a very bad health condition.

A horse with a low energy level and a hoarse, hoar, hoary voice can also be a symptom of a very poor health condition, or it could be a bad sign that a horse might not be getting enough rest.

If a horse seems like it is lethargically and hoarsely, it can mean that it is not getting enough sleep, is not drinking enough water, and is not eating enough food.


Horses may have an infection.

Horses are very sensitive to disease and can be infected.

A lot of horse owners have horses with gall bladder disease (GBD), or gall bladder tumors.

This is a serious condition that is caused by the gall bladder.

Horses that have gall bladder tumor infections have trouble drinking water and can die from thirst, as well as can suffer from muscle spasms, aching muscles, diarrhea and vomiting.

If it appears that the horses gall bladder is causing their problems, you may want to get the gall bladder checked and if necessary, remove the horse from the pasture.


Horses can get pneumonia.

Horses who are very ill with pneumonia, may be coughing and have a cough.

Horses infected with pneumonia can have a severe infection of their lungs, lungs may swell and become inflamed, and they may need breathing support.

If they are coughing, they are in serious trouble.

If their coughing becomes too loud, it could mean that they have pneumonia.


Horses have been ill for a while.

If horses have been sick for a long time, it means that their health is deteriorating and the horse may be going to the vet for treatment.

If there is a rash around the eyes, it may be a sore throat.

The horse may also have a rash on the head, neck or legs, and a high fever.

These signs of infection may indicate that the animal is sick.

If these signs are not present, and you feel like you should get your horse checked out, you can go to the veterinarian and see if they can do a checkup.


Horses could be showing signs of the flu.

If animals are showing any signs of illness, especially a fever or a cough, and have had a high temperature, you might be worried about the horse.

If this happens, the vet will check your horse’s temperature to see if it is elevated or not.

If temperature rises to 104 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, it’s a good idea to get your animal checked out by a veterinarian, and take your horse home.


Your horse may have other illnesses.

Your veterinarian will look at any other horses that may be in the area, such as your own, and look at the horses health status.

If any of your horses health is improving, the veterinarian will probably be able to take your pet out for some exercise and a check-up.


You may have a sore leg or toe.

If an animal shows signs of a sore or bleeding leg or toes, or the skin on the legs or toes is irritated or red, then it could indicate a bacterial infection.

If that happens, get your pet checked out and get the animal back to you as soon as possible.


The pet may be sick, or have a fever.

This could mean the animal has a bacterial disease.

If so, the pet needs to be taken to the veterinary clinic.


You need to have a vet check the horse to make sure that they are healthy.

If all the above is the case, and the veterinarian feels that you have your horse in good health, you will want your horse taken to a vet.

If not, you could have an infected horse.

You can get a free blood test at any veterinary clinic or veterinarian’s office for free.