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Thank you for all the support so far btw, you guys are great.

I ordered some Sherwood pellets and digestive support, should get here tomorrow so I can slowly give him a few pellets.

Jersey- he was on metacam in case of gas pain (the gas is very loud and vet felt that he was a little too bubbly when she saw him on Monday). He’s producing a decent amount of poo, but they’re mostly small and funnily shaped. I’m just scared bc he seems to be experiencing gut slow down. Pushing hay a lot and waking up every couple hours to make sure he’s not too gassy. Vet doesn’t seem too concerned but maybe she’s just trying to keep me calm. He’s just on Albon right now. If he gets worse or not any better by Friday I’ll call back and ask her for more things. And yes I’m gonna take a picture and email it to the vet tomorrow.