If you just found out that your horse is going blind, you should know that caring for a blind horse is really not any more difficult than caring for a sighted horse. There are some common sense … Read More »
A blind horse can enjoy life just like a sighted horse. However, going blind can be a frightening experience for both the horse and the owner. Your horse may be upset and scared (and who wouldn’t be?) by the encroaching darkness. You’ll worry about how to care for your newly blind friend. And plenty of people will probably start telling you to put the animal down. They’ll say your horse can’t have a good quality of life if it’s blind. Well, we’re here to tell you differently. This site will help answer questions you may have about caring for your blind horse.
Blind horses all have one thing in common: They may have lost their vision, but they haven’t lost their ability to enjoy all that life has to offer. Give them a chance to show you how well they can do.