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Q. I found a horse he has white gummes I think he is a stray he is in a paddock near a friends house not shore what to do

A. You should call a vet to check general health of the horse. It's advisable in every adopted animal with unknown past. you can also phone to local shelter and report finding of the horse, maybe somebody is looking for him or he is chipped

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ZANETA KRASON

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