Re: Is Spookiness pergolide side-effect?

Lorna Cane

I often wonder....although the word spooky probably isn't appropriate for my theory....if the behaviour described is more an indication of a horse who is feeling so much better,after a long time of feeling crappy? Stoically  crappy ?
So the pergolide is responsible, but in a totally different way.


Lorna  in Eastern  Ontario


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