Type: Posts; User: SuckerForHorses
Perfect timing for this thread...JUST last night I was telling my boyfriend that I wanted a sleep mask because he sleeps with the fan on, and the air blowing against my face makes me squint my eyes...
I'm not a farrier, so I'm also just giving observations based on what I see.
I also thought the shoes could provide a tad more heel coverage.
I also noticed the jamming on the coronary band. ...
But, FWIW, I think the OP is an idiot if not a troll, and there is no possible explanation for the OP to not wonder why Ethan came back without a horse.
I know if that were me, and he came back...
While its possible the OP may very well be a troll...
yes, horses are still used on working ranches comprised of hundreds of acres and are used to track/herd/and rope cattle for whatever...
My mare only gets it on her white skin, never on the chestnut parts, and she's retired, so any sweat that might be on her body is quite minimal.
All are very good reasons for the behavior you described.
If he has a shelter available and chooses not to use it, that's his problem.
Yes it's possible. It's just over active glands producing a waxy gunk. Curry it gently, daily, until it's gone and then curry daily to prevent it from coming back.
All the topical solutions are...
2. Please don't feed sweet feed
3. to the poster who said they've lined the fence with chain link...that's a bad idea. Chain link fence will expand if a horse kicks it, allowing a...
I normally do it after I ride, so I have never really thought about it.
I wouldn't hesitate to have a casual ride after injecting though.
Cannon keratosis or cannon crud is caused by the skin's own glands. Applying anything topically may help eradicate the gunk that is already there, but topical applications are not going to prevent it...
It's amazing how many people agree with him on his facebook comments.
Which is a reasonable thought, he very well could be suspicious of more going on. It's how he handled this situation that would have me checking around for a different vet.
Actually, he says Adequan is pretty much useless as an IM injection as well.
I do not think you are overreacting.
2nd opinions are valuable tools. Sounds like your vet is pissed off that you're "believing" another vet who isn't on the same page as your vet.
Dr. Ramey says using Legend (HA) is a big waste of money.
What say you to this article:
I would be more annoyed that she did it without consulting me first.
Where did it specify that the vet did not pull blood?
We got standing desk converters from Ergatron.
I meant to add to my post above:
My mare does the same thing.
She has hock arthritis and has had bouts with ulcers in the past. Her dozing off is worse when the ulcers flare up and when she...
True narcolepsy in horses isn't that common, and is not the same thing as sleep deprivation.
Narcolepsy would cause the horse to fall asleep without warning, and during any activity, including...
Bold is mine. I'm betting this is the reason for your improvement. Proper riding can solve a lot of issues.
Glad you looked at her thoroughly and have a very well laid out plan going forward.
I don't think I've really laughed out loud like that in a long time while reading a thread on here!
And the best part was that the word, in the context that it was...
Yeah, the peeing in the jar beside the bed...that would've done me right in...I would've had his stuff on the porch.