Is my mare within bake or hiding a little one?
Just bought a mare and we are not sure if she was breed we hold not seen her in heat even so. She has put on weight but she eats appropriate. She has some dark discharge not much. She has have some attitude in last couple days. But she is acting very slow not wanting to work. Just acting impressively tired.
I chew over these people are right. Call a vet. Even if they can't see you today, ask to have a word to a vet and see if they can give you a good concept of what it is and what to do for her until you get her in.
Please post what you find out, I'm curious to know how this turns out.
Without an ultrasound or a vet exam, at hand is no way to tell for sure. I'd phone the vet out soon if you think she may be expecting and her attitude has changed unusually in such a short span of time.
call the vet. he can let you know for certain.
The short answer is that you are unlikely to be able to tell yourself.. Some mares, especially those that enjoy multiple foals get substantially "rounder" especially within the later stages of pregnancy, but as she is a new mare, and this could be (if she is pregnant) her first foal, that's not too accurate..
Your vet can tell by way of ultrasound, rectal palpation, or blood test.. But those are likely to be fairly expensive, as they will include a fruit farm call and stuff (unless you make it a little cheaper and trailer your mare to the vet's parking lot, which most vet are often happy to let you do by appointment - much cheaper for vaccination too!)
OR... you could ask your vet if he is willing to do a test on a urine preview for you.. it's not as accurate as the other options (especially in the early stages) But whether she is being sluggish due to pregnancy, then the test should be a fitting one.. Then all you have to do is drop off a indication at the vet, and get them to check it out... (shouldn't be too expensive at all - Just ask them..)
either means of access, if you give the vet's office a express call, they should be more than happy to discuss the options...
Whatever the crust, I hope your mare remains happy and healthy and if indeed you hold two horses, that you have many years of fun with both of them :)
Contact a vet and have her examined.
Other than that you can go to the dollar store and receive a home pregnancy test.