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  1. So would I. You can get thick rubber 4/6 mats...

    So would I. You can get thick rubber 4/6 mats for $39.95 each at Tractor Supply. You'd need 6 to completely cover a 12/12 stall. That's less than $250.


    If the horse is drinking and peeing...
  2. A 72" blanket for a 17.2H horse? THAT I would...

    A 72" blanket for a 17.2H horse? THAT I would like to see! ;)
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    We have a winner! :yes:

    We have a winner! :yes:
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    It's doubtful the OP's vet will make any money...

    It's doubtful the OP's vet will make any money having another practice do the diagnostics. However, it doesn't sound like the owner and the vet are on the same page regarding the horse's issues. ...
  5. Desitin (or a generic version) ointment will last...

    Desitin (or a generic version) ointment will last the longest.
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    Horses can not breath through their mouths. Never...

    Horses can not breath through their mouths. Never have, never will. It appears a basic course in equine anatomy is in order.

    As far as flashes go, don't like them, don't use them. Wish there were...
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    The US needs to stay out of this. Not our...

    The US needs to stay out of this. Not our problem. Period! Just wish the pols and others would keep their clap traps shut.
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    Even then, they'll only get 4-5 years and be out...

    Even then, they'll only get 4-5 years and be out in less with good behavior...
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    I realize that. However, to inject that much...

    I realize that. However, to inject that much dormosedan into a small pony with no history of how it reacts to sedatives is, well, foolhardy and scary. I don't blame the OP for her concerns and she...
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    Sounds laminitic to me. If it were my horse/pony,...

    Sounds laminitic to me. If it were my horse/pony, I wouldn't wait to treat. Some equines are very sensitive to soy and should not be fed ration balancers (most contain large amounts of soy). Also...
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    It sounds like some of you don't know what the...

    It sounds like some of you don't know what the average dose of dormoseden should be. The OP's pony was given a huge dose for his size! I've had larger TBs and Arabians almost go down with less than...
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    Are you sure she's an AFA Certified farrier? It...

    Are you sure she's an AFA Certified farrier? It takes most farriers with years experience several tries to pass that exam. Lots of complicated forging required.
  13. Around here, most lawyers charge at least a...

    Around here, most lawyers charge at least a $1,000 retainer to take a case and several thousand more if they have to appear in court, even if it's just for a pretrial hearing. Then there are the...
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    What a horrible thing to have happened. Your...

    What a horrible thing to have happened. Your poor mare!

    Isn't boarding fun? It amazes me sometimes how ignorant some BO's are. Has she offered to pay your vet bills? If not, I'd hand them to...
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    It's about 14 degrees as measured from the ground...

    It's about 14 degrees as measured from the ground to wing and not the dorsal wall which is clearly quite distorted. My best guess as to why there was no response to hoof testers is this mare has a...
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    My guess would be articular ringbone. Have you...

    My guess would be articular ringbone. Have you had recent radiographs taken to check for that?

    If the horse is landing heel first, the unsoundness is unlikely related to the navicular bone or...
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    This horse is insensitive to hoof testers:

    This horse is insensitive to hoof testers:
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    Gnats! Gnats! Gnats! Last year they were...

    Gnats! Gnats! Gnats! Last year they were practically gone by this time in July and I was able to leave the fly masks off. This year forget it! I've inhaled and choked on far too many of those...
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    I believe the OP wanted to know if not having a...

    I believe the OP wanted to know if not having a stall available at all would be a deal breaker in a boarding situation even for those who want their horses our most of the time. For me, it would be.
  20. What does your vet say? while not an emergency...

    What does your vet say? while not an emergency consider requesting a full lameness exam, including a filed neuro. Could be a lot of things (sore hocks are not uncommon) but guesses from the...
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    Does a bear doody in the woods? :lol: :D ;)

    Does a bear doody in the woods?

    :lol: :D ;)
  22. 1. Why isn't the horse allowed to crib on the...

    1. Why isn't the horse allowed to crib on the crossties?

    2. What was the ulcer treatment and for how long?

    I have two OTTBs (one chestnut, one brown) and neither like to be groomed. They don't...
  23. If the coffin bone is infected, the usual...

    If the coffin bone is infected, the usual protocol is to debride it. Septic pedal osteitis is usually successful if cared for properly. I'm sure R&R knows what they're doing.

    Good luck and please...
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    My horse seem to be happier outside 24-7. ...

    My horse seem to be happier outside 24-7. However, not having stalls available in case of bad storms, grooming, sickness, injury, etc. would be a no-go for me. I pay for stall board for these...
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    $50 for a mediocre trim and that's at discount...

    $50 for a mediocre trim and that's at discount because I have 3 to do, including one that is shod all round every 6 weeks. He shows up and returns calls (huge plus!). Also makes any adjustments I...
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