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    Here is a link to some info about drop traps,...

    Here is a link to some info about drop traps, including a link for making your own.
    http://catinfo.org/?link=alleycat

    good luck!
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    What ended up really helping Skipper with the...

    What ended up really helping Skipper with the presumed PO was regional Tldren perfusion. The vet kind of tourniqueted off the foot with a tight vetwrap around the pastern before injecting the Tildren...
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    Glad that you have a diagnosis and a direction....

    Glad that you have a diagnosis and a direction. And that the pedal osteitis isn't so bad that it shows up on radiographs, which Skipper's does. And guess who walked out of his stall dead lame on the...
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    Ditto on the soft foam cat ball toys. Cotton will...

    Ditto on the soft foam cat ball toys. Cotton will also work. As someone else said, it would be pretty hard to get it in too far. In fact, you want to shove them in fairly far so they can't shake them...
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    For my enlarged-intestine horse I got a couple of...

    For my enlarged-intestine horse I got a couple of the biggest slow feeders with the smallest holes from Busy Horse and filled them with a couple of flakes of hay. Then someone would hang one at noon...
  6. Thread: GGT footing

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    I have a friend who fell off, not particularly...

    I have a friend who fell off, not particularly hard, and broke bones in both legs. I suppose she could have landed just wrong, but I still wonder if the GGT footing was a contributing factor. It just...
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    I have nothing much to offer other than sympathy....

    I have nothing much to offer other than sympathy. Extreme sympathy.

    And, after what I've been through with two horses, I'd think about having the neck radiographed.

    I guess the only other thing...
  8. Your best shot in that geographic vicinity for...

    Your best shot in that geographic vicinity for 24/7 in a sort-of large paddock would probably be a backyard in Palos Verdes (fairly close to Long Beach) or possibly in some areas closer to Santa Ana...
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    On a missing barn cat thread people were...

    On a missing barn cat thread people were extolling the virtues of something called, IIRC, UShip.
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    yes. While at Target buying the Fanx you can pick...

    yes. While at Target buying the Fanx you can pick up a nice, wide belt for about $15.
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    I think it's the same total amount in either...

    I think it's the same total amount in either tube. UG dosage is 1 mg/kg/day or 1/4 tube. GG is 4 mg/kg/day or a full tube.
    http://www.ulcergard.com/Pages/default.aspx
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    There was an article about the grooms at Thermal...

    There was an article about the grooms at Thermal one year in the LA Times. I decided that my income was closer to them than to the 1%.
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    When my horse had a series of colics it turned...

    When my horse had a series of colics it turned out to be thickened intestines. I think that one of the triggers was that his hay to concentrate ratio decreased since, unbeknownst to us, the barn cut...
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    My mom had one that would do this. He'd sweat...

    My mom had one that would do this. He'd sweat basically like a normal horse when you worked him, would cool out normally, and then would break into a second sweat once back at the barn. It sounds...
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    Remember the A to Z. Also remember when LEG was...

    Remember the A to Z. Also remember when LEG was the one buying dates from people to avoid competition and now someone (well, HITS) has bought his November dates. I've heard rumors of a WEF-type thing...
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    The Wal Mart model is ongoing on the left coast...

    The Wal Mart model is ongoing on the left coast as well. HITS bought the Nocember LAEC dates from the Langers and then moved them to Thermal. Tucson HITS Arizona essentially exists as a loss leader...
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    "Safety Third" See on a truck with a couple of...

    "Safety Third"

    See on a truck with a couple of dirt bikes in the bed.
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    Hang on. There is hope. I think I am about to...

    Hang on. There is hope. I think I am about to leave this group, at least for now.

    At the beginning of this year I was paying board on two horses, one retired (started retirement at 14 y.o.) and...
  19. Crap. Still living with the memories from almost...

    Crap. Still living with the memories from almost exactly two years ago.
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  20. ^^wet the leg down before putting the ice boot or...

    ^^wet the leg down before putting the ice boot or frozen peas or whatnot on. I think it helps to transmit the cold better through liquid water than through the air or limited solid to solid contact.
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    How about a stack of jumps:...

    How about a stack of jumps:
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    But mostly I wanted to try Paint Pony's trick for extracting photos from Facebook
  22. I kind of like the yard idea. Or the velcro one,...

    I kind of like the yard idea. Or the velcro one, which is what I was thinking about before I read through the whole thread. If the velcro was sewn on to the pad, it would start to pick up stuff when...
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    i have to say that Horsegal1984's signature line...

    i have to say that Horsegal1984's signature line sums up the situation nicely. Post #8 IIRC.
  24. Judy Wardrope...

    Judy Wardrope (http://www.jwequine.com/functional-conformation/) has done articles in the Eventing magazines where she discusses good jumper conformation vs dressage. I find her discussions helpful...
  25. Not sensitive, but did remember seeing this...

    Not sensitive, but did remember seeing this awhile back. Has some remedies as well as the chemistry behind it. http://www.compoundchem.com/2015/06/04/nettles/
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