Why Is My Horse Coughing?

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The reason why your horse is coughing could be as a result of airway blockages, low immune system or equine influenza. Furthermore, it could also be caused by an allergic reaction or a bacterial infection.
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yes and when they do you need to buy horse cough mixture and make sure they have nothing that will irritate it e.g. dusty hay or dusty bedding
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Coughing has many causes hay dust is the obvious but arena dust and seasonal allergies are
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wow hes really oung but id call your vet and see what he says but your horse may have asmha.
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So how is your Horse? If the temperature is over 101.5 get a VET. All immune shots given ? Eating its feed , CLEAN hay , off of the ground ? Does your horse's EYE's run with fluid
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