Baby Doll joined the rescue program in June 2018 from a financially failing animal sanctuary. She had not received the type of care she needed for several years. Her initial evaluation showed very bad dental issues, parasites, nutritional deficiencies, lameness, chronic/acute skin allergy with fungus and hives along with a lack of professional farrier care. She has a very sweet disposition and is easy to handle, gets along with other horses. Her severe skin condition requires extensive and life-long care. It is recommended she live in a dry climate to potentially help reduce the severity.
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