Type: Posts; User: Zenyatta
I just recently used glue on shoes for my horse and had no problem. He had them on for six weeks while his feet grew out. I would definitely look into as an alternative.
Sorry double post
Would you buy a horse with an old suspensory injury? The horse is sound and in heavy work, but there is some thickening around the ankle area. Thanks:D
I had a hip replacement 4 yrs. ago and after the initial healing process, I haven't had a problem.:)
I don't sign contracts and if the BO is harassing me, I'm out of there!
No notice, no money, no explanation. :winkgrin:
The Cavello boot does not spin and if sized correctly, is an excellent boot.
Yes he is!:D
Just bumped my thread on EPM
My horse is having a problem keeping right front shoe on and has ripped it off twice. At this point, I don't think the hoof can hold a nailed on shoe. My farrier wants to use a glue on shoe and I...
My Hanoverian grew until he was 7 yrs. old.
With Oroquin, blood is taken prior to administration of the medication. The med is then sent, I used Oroquin for 10 days and Levamisole (sent from the same company) for 14 days. There was no other...
My horse is still doing well, no signs or symptoms of EPM!
He's gets alfalfa hay.
I'm thinking about trying the Amplify.:D
Horse is on pasture 8 hours a day, free choice premium quality hay and 10 lbs. Triple Crown Senior per day.
My horse is a hard keeper, always has been. I'm trying to find a good weight gain supplement that won't give him added energy.
There's so many on the market and I would like to know which one works...
Update: My horse's blood work post treatment came back and it's great news.
The Oroquin worked and he is now symptom free.:D
Been in the same position as you and a few years from now, you'll look back and say "thank god" I didn't go back.
I was at my last barn for 8 years and had to leave a few weeks ago. The BO started cutting back on food and became very controlling when it came to my horse's care.
She got to the point where she...
Did they have other "buddies" in the old barn? My one horse transferred his clingy nature from a pony to my other horse when we moved barns. They are now joined at the hip!
The IV could have infiltrated at one point. Warm compress and the horse should be fine.
Run, run, run away.
Looking back, my horse was showing symptoms for a few months, or more. It was when the horse was walking like he was drunk, did I realise something was wrong.
Vet diagnosed with EPM and bloodwork...