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Summer Safety Tip – Horse Safety

Horse lovers! Watch out for these signs of heat exhaustion while you’re caring for your horses this summer. These are signs of heat exhaustion, and if not managed properly and quickly, then it could progress to heat stroke. If heat stroke does occur, then you need to quickly try to cool your horse down and call your vet immediately. In addition, use caution when riding your horse if the heat index is above 120, and never ride if the heat index is above 150.

Signs your horse may be suffering from the heat:

  • Lethargy
  • Excessive breathing or “puffing”
  • Muscle spasms
  • Decreased appetite and thirst
  • Dark urine
  • Slow recovery after exercise
  • Abnormal heart rhythms

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