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Finding foreign bodies in horses — and how to act *H&H VIP*

When Katy Eley’s gelding Viva developed dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing), she brought him to us at Pool House Equine Clinic. Viva seemed otherwise bright and had a normal temperature, but he was progressively eating both hay and hard feed more slowly — something very unusual for him as he usually had a good appetite.