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My mom's horse has been almost definitely diagnosed with guttural pouch tympany (they just have to rules out strangles at MSU as a formality), and I was wondering how horses get it. I know there are articles about it in Equus about it, but I'm not sure if I have those issues. Anyone know?
My mom's horse is around nine, though. That's what's weird. I kind of hope is is strangles, but I don't think so. I'll call the vet tonight and ask. Thanks for your answers :)
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