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    Read up on UK's DW ... you might learn something...

    Read up on UK's DW ... you might learn something new.
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    Yes, and he's still around. If you can catch him...

    Yes, and he's still around. If you can catch him then you can call him 'domestic' rather than feral if you'd like. We have barn cats. Not unusual on a farm. Kittens that are born are handled and...
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    Round and round again we go. Let me enlighten...

    Round and round again we go. Let me enlighten those of you who are not familiar with the conformation of UK SHETLAND PONIES. There is a link here that has plenty of photos:
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    *SIGH* ... whatever you say. I'll rephrase for...

    *SIGH* ... whatever you say. I'll rephrase for easier comprehension ...

    The diet of the horse is, in my opinion, the 2nd most influential factor in the health of the hooves. The first...
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    Did you happen to notice the dates? Posts are...

    Did you happen to notice the dates? Posts are from 2011 AND 2012 ... almost a year apart. (OH, wait --- you think that I'm the only one who has a pony that got laminitis? That's it, right? Right.) ...
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    I said it "has everything to do with the hooves"...

    I said it "has everything to do with the hooves" not that it "means" everything ... there's a bit of difference between the two statements.

    Ummm, you stated this, and now you said this Did you...
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    Ohhhhh, I think there's more than just myself who...

    Ohhhhh, I think there's more than just myself who feeds similarly ... and without even *my* consult! Imagine that.
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    You can be mad all you want. You are assuming...

    You can be mad all you want. You are assuming much. And one knows what ass-u-ming does ...
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    Really? Well, perhaps you'd like to substantiate...

    Really? Well, perhaps you'd like to substantiate my 'malpractice' as you call it? That's a pretty strong accusation.
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    Not that its anyone's business ... eh? Nope, not...

    Not that its anyone's business ... eh? Nope, not even one of my 'cases' ... but not fabricated, either.

    The Homeopathy World is a place for discussion. People from all over the world seem to be...
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    Did I say that? I'm so glad you're...

    Did I say that?





    I'm so glad you're concerned about *my* time and *my* headaches, DW. Really?
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    Ummmmmm, you assume that is my pony? Did you...

    Ummmmmm, you assume that is my pony? Did you ever think that maybe it is a 'case' for discussion on the homeopathy world board? No, you assumed. Sorry, MB -- you're wrong again. Not my pony.
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    RE: Leaky Gut Syndrome (and Dr. Pollitt speaks...

    RE: Leaky Gut Syndrome (and Dr. Pollitt speaks of it and as soon as the link to his writing is found I'll post that, too.) ...

    http://www.holistichorse.com/Nutrition/leaky-gut-syndrome.html
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    Ahhhh, think that was posted here earlier. I have...

    Ahhhh, think that was posted here earlier. I have that course bookmarked but already signed up for a couple of others. So someone beat ya to the link. But thanks, anyway. :)

    Not necessarily...
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    Well, I happen to like zebras. Why do...

    Well, I happen to like zebras.



    Why do you feel the studies were 'bad' studies? And why do you feel Dr. Pottenger's studies be 'bad' as well? The photos of the autopsies of the...
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    "with increased secretion and activation of some...

    "with increased secretion and activation of some metalloproteinases reported in horses with laminitis associated with systemic inflammation." I was not aware that it was related with SYSTEMIC...
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    Well, actually I did know that, Patty. Learned...

    Well, actually I did know that, Patty. Learned it from Pete Ramey at one of his clinics years ago and then confirmed it by reading Dr. Pollitt's work. He's one of my favorite. ;) But thanks anyway....
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    Just found this. Interesting! Bold and italics...

    Just found this. Interesting! Bold and italics are mine. I highlighted a couple of things that caught my attention. One, that some MMPs are increased in SYSTEMIC inflammation and then below with...
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    *I* would be interested in knowing the MMPS' role...

    *I* would be interested in knowing the MMPS' role in Developmental Laminitis. I think that that's where more research is needed in order to boost preventatives studies.
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    Don't believe so but a wry hoof can certainly be...

    Don't believe so but a wry hoof can certainly be shod. Gotta run. TWYL ... Oh wait ... since the trim is the foundation of the form for the hoof then yes, I suppose it COULD go wry if imbalanced...
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    I believe I stated that ROM's were in place to...

    I believe I stated that ROM's were in place to help the DDFT ... they are ongoing. I will be seeing this guy tomorrow so will update with photos and short vids.

    And now I need to get on the road...
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    I'll be working more on this tomorrow. The wedge...

    I'll be working more on this tomorrow. The wedge on the LF was considerably more than on the RF. Just taking it slow ...

    *shrugs* ... don't have an answer to this.

    At this point in time...
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    My PMU mare has this syndrome but is managed...

    My PMU mare has this syndrome but is managed pretty well through diligent hoofcare and trimming. She always did (I've had her since she was 5 mos old and is now 8) and still does stand in the split...
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    The horse had already perf'd when I first saw...

    The horse had already perf'd when I first saw him. Remember, the xrays are comparing March to July 20. I didn't start trimming until June 28th. So the xrays actually look a bit better than the hooves...
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    *LOL*

    *LOL*
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