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The equine stomach is at risk for development of gastric ulcerations. Since horse’s are constant grazers, their stomach secretes acid constantly (unlike humans that will secrete gastric acid only with a meal).

Clinical signs of gastric ulceration include:

  • Poor appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Exercise intolerance
  • Sensitivity in girth region
  • Poor body condition
  • Diarrhea

Make sure to discuss with your veterinarian if you have noticed any of these clinical signs.