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Veterinarian Amy Grice, VMD, says it often starts with a vague phone call from a horse owner:

“My horse hasn’t been himself the last couple of days, and it seems like he’s lost weight.”

“He was off just a little on the right hind yesterday, but today it seems like the left hind.”

“My mare normally loves to be groomed, but was flinching, pinning her ears, and kicking out at me

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