Equine Magnesium Questionnaire

Section 1: General Information

My horse has a history of medical problems or laminitis or colic/ulcers

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Has had surgery in his lifetime

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Has been treated for ulcers

Section 1: General Information

Has been diagnosed Cushings or Insulin Resistance

Section 1: General Information

Has a history of abuse or neglect

Section 1: General Information

Was over-trained or over-ridden as a youngster

Section 1: General Information

Was competed on extensively from ages 3 to 6

Section 1: General Information

Works 4 days or more per week and is getting worse with time, not better

Section 1: General Information

My horse is being shown

Section 1: General Information

Bites, kicks; acts aggressively

Section 1: General Information

Grinds his teeth

Section 1: General Information

Is high strung or nervous

Section 1: General Information

Spooks

Section 1: General Information

Displays repetitive motion behavior: like stall walking, head bobbing, weaving, cribbing or head shaking

Section 1: General Information

Displays repetitive motion behavior

Section 2: At Home

Gets daily vitamin supplement

Section 2: At Home

Gets daily joint supplement

Section 2: At Home

Gets slippery elm supplement

Section 2: At Home

Gets sweet feed, more than 1 pound a day

Section 2: At Home

Grumpy or anti-social

Section 2: At Home

Runs/paces fence in pasture

Section 3: Away From Home

Is good at home and comes undone at shows

Section 3: Away From Home

Reluctant (or refuses) to go through gates

Section 3: Away From Home

Refuses to go forward (balky) to go through gates

Section 4: In the Crossties

Dislikes being bathed

Section 4: In the Crossties

Winces from stiff brush or a firm curry

Section 4: In the Crossties

Pins ears during saddling and girthing

Section 4: In the Crossties

Trembles (commonly in knees and flanks)

Section 4: In the Crossties

Skin flinches or twitches when touched

Section 4: In the Crossties

Dislikes chiro/body work or needs more than normal

Section 4: In the Crossties

Has trouble holding hind legs for shoer

Section 4: In the Crossties

Is hard-muscled or tense, even in the stall

Section 4: In the Crossties

Paws, frets or becomes defensive when tied

Section 5: In Training

Is consistently inconsistent, in attitude and Section 5: in training

Section 5: In Training

Has been described as lacking focus (ADD)

Section 5: In Training

Feels stiff or hollow moving

Section 5: In Training

Over reacts to cues and aids

Section 5: In Training

Requires long, slow warm-up

Section 5: In Training

Difficulty with transitions, cantering, collection

Section 5: In Training

Chomps on the bit constantly

Section 5: In Training

Unexplained bucking or bolting episodes

Section 5: In Training

Has a definite time window that he can tolerate work - and then acts out

Section 5: In Training

Had an injury and was competed while in pain

Section 5: In Training

Is any of this very NEW behavior for an otherwise well-trained horse?

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