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    Sorry, that LF in the first trot pic alone makes...

    Sorry, that LF in the first trot pic alone makes me think DSLD. Nevermind the still pic with the swollen RH.
  2. I would have done exactly as you did in your...

    I would have done exactly as you did in your situation.

    If I am not there to personally evaluate the horse with vet on phone in hand, then I tell whomever's in charge to get the horse to the...
  3. This makes me happy. Congratulations!

    This makes me happy. Congratulations!
  4. Meup, plz clear your PM box. It won't accept my...

    Meup, plz clear your PM box. It won't accept my response to your question. Thank you.
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    Me personally, a.m. anywhere between 6 and 8 am.,...

    Me personally, a.m. anywhere between 6 and 8 am., majority of the time 7 or so. PM in summer, 5 pm. In fall/ winter, 3:45/ 4:30 depending upon daylight. No night check feed per se.

    Good friend...
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    My question is: Are they spending MORE time...

    My question is: Are they spending MORE time standing in a stall vs where they used to board? THAT in an of itself could be the source of your problem.

    I'm thrilled the swelling goes down with...
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    My question is: Are they spending MORE time...

    My question is: Are they spending MORE time standing in a stall vs where they used to board? THAT in an of itself could be the source of your problem.

    I'm thrilled the swelling goes down with...
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    When you say, slowly introduced.. are they in a...

    When you say, slowly introduced.. are they in a stall the other times, or on dirt paddocks for their normal t/o duration?

    Extended stall rest can cause stocking up/ filling of legs, as can the...
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    Didn't see if your response to the test her for...

    Didn't see if your response to the test her for Cushing's question. ..
  10. You present a hugely valid point, and thank you...

    You present a hugely valid point, and thank you for reminding me of the before pic from the HS of a rescue I adopted. You are absolutely 100% correct that I need to be more aware my net presence. My...
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    Quittor IS nasty and I sincerely hope your vet...

    Quittor IS nasty and I sincerely hope your vet would recognize it when he sees it.

    Am I the only one who noticed this horse had no issues with abscess under prior owner, and I assume other...
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    Fox, I understand the horses appear to be groomed...

    Fox, I understand the horses appear to be groomed very well. But there's a long jump between keeping a horse shiny and slick vs *correct* grooming. I guarantee if this horse's legs were being curried...
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    Let's not even touch on the fact that the cost of...

    Let's not even touch on the fact that the cost of living has gone up considerably in ten years. INCLUDING the price of McDonald's food.
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    :)

    :)
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    Oh fertheluva... Use a rubber mit nubbin...

    Oh fertheluva...

    Use a rubber mit nubbin curry on the cannon bones with the regular grooming and it'll go away. Use same mit while giving a soap bath should the occasion arise using regular body...
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    Stall rest, previcox, 2 yrs of rehab and hock...

    Stall rest, previcox, 2 yrs of rehab and hock injections doesn't really encompass having done all you can do to attempt to make this horse trail sound... IF that would make you content still owning...
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    Yes, know a horse who's one scapula is more...

    Yes, know a horse who's one scapula is more pronounced than the other. He also suffers from 'hi/lo' syndrome. Haven't measured his leg length, but an unskilled farrier can make this horse feel like...
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    If the swelling is over the injection site,...

    If the swelling is over the injection site, normal for a week or two. But if not markedly decreased by the start of week 2, then yes, vet recheck is in order. Heck, PRP or stem cell, I'd be having...
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    Just a shot in the dark here, but I believe...

    Just a shot in the dark here, but I believe you're in TX, and TX has fairly hard water, so possibly a water softening system is in place? Which uses salt IME. Which can make the skin very dry. At...
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    I just want to wash that last horse's tail.

    I just want to wash that last horse's tail.
  21. Yup.. sport. Wonderful man, down to earth as one...

    Yup.. sport. Wonderful man, down to earth as one can get.

    Another was the fiancee of a sports celeb; name was all over the papers.
    Fiancee was lovely & normal. Celeb themself was an ass.

    One...
  22. Yes, I sincerely meant to FB stalk them. I also...

    Yes, I sincerely meant to FB stalk them.
    I also think hanging dead cats from their mailbox is a good attention getter.

    You guys are remarkable...

    It would seem Petey understood my intent. In...
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    Scanned through replies, my apologies if this has...

    Scanned through replies, my apologies if this has been suggested before: Has blood been pulled for a tick bourne illness? This type of idiopathic lameness, where the source cant' be 100% identified...
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    Cleaning natural stone shower

    Not sure if it's granite, marble, or perhaps even a man-made faux stone material. In any case, any advice on how to clean it would be greatly appreciated. Usual suspects are present: soap scum, a tad...
  25. There's also the issue with client...

    There's also the issue with client confidentiality with vets, and their need to remain impartial. It's one thing if the individual were to ask my vet if they knew me and what was their opinion,...
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