Published on 2023-11-09
According to researchers, the severity of gastric ulcers in horses goes beyond the physical. Indeed, horses with more severe ulcers show notable behavioral changes such as agitation and decreased appetite. In addition, their heart rate increases significantly, indicating a higher level of stress.
This finding suggests that gastric ulcers are not just a physical health issue, but also have an emotional impact on horses. For horse owners and enthusiasts, understanding these behavioral aspects can be crucial to the overall health and well-being of our equine friends.
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