As part of our FAQ section, here is a question we often get:
What are the symptoms of gastric ulcers in horses?
There are a range of symptoms involved with gastric ulcers in horses, but the only way you can say for sure is if you have your horse scoped.
Some very common symptoms of gastric ulcers in horses are:
- Change in behaviour, showing discomfort when being saddled/ridden/groom, especially around flank area.
- Frequent bouts of colic
- Weight loss
- Resistance under saddle
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