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    THIS...they can poop AROUND impactions and still...

    THIS...they can poop AROUND impactions and still keep building the impaction up. It happens FREQUENTLY - we see people all the time at the vet school with colicking horses that are like "But he's...
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    This is the best book out there, and is what I...

    This is the best book out there, and is what I use in my veterinary school courses:
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  3. Equine veterinary literature cites 3-5 days for...

    Equine veterinary literature cites 3-5 days for omeprazole to effectively inhibit acid production.
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    I bought a mare who had been spayed. Extremely...

    I bought a mare who had been spayed. Extremely athletic, great mover and jumper that had been spayed for intense heats according to previous owner.

    She was great to ride (post-spay anyway), but...
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    My horses started getting that when I moved to a...

    My horses started getting that when I moved to a hot, humid climate. I wash their faces 2-3x a week with betadine surgical scrub, and that completely eliminates it.
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    How old is the horse? OCD lesions are often...

    How old is the horse? OCD lesions are often bilateral, especially in growing youngsters.
  7. They are done ALL the time with few...

    They are done ALL the time with few complications. Good luck!
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    Usually it's not a false positive on a SNAP. More...

    Usually it's not a false positive on a SNAP. More commonly the kitten has been exposed and infected and there are still circulating antibodies and antigens from its immune response. If the immune...
  9. I did an externship in March at a vet clinic in...

    I did an externship in March at a vet clinic in the Exeter/Visalia area of California, and they vaccinated EVERYTHING against rattlesnakes. I had never heard of that before (being from the...
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    They came from the desert! My roommate has a...

    They came from the desert! My roommate has a long-haired cat that will pant when hot, and I have seen my long-haired cat pant for the first minute or two when I put him in a hot car to go to the vet...
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    FIP is a horrible, horrible disease. So sorry for...

    FIP is a horrible, horrible disease. So sorry for your loss. :(
  12. I've never clipped a mane, but when I body clip I...

    I've never clipped a mane, but when I body clip I DOUSE them with Show Sheen beforehand. I think it makes a HUGE difference. I've had friends who clipped tails on their horses straight out of the...
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    Mine started getting that when I moved to...

    Mine started getting that when I moved to Louisiana. I just wash her face 2-3x a week with betadine scrub and that keeps it cleared up.
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    Looks like habronema!!

    Looks like habronema!!
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    I do not think that would work. The efficacy of...

    I do not think that would work. The efficacy of oral glucosamine/chondroitin and HA supplements are questionable, so a topical agent with no apparent carrier or solvent seems like a waste of money to...
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    I have always had the farrier dig out as much...

    I have always had the farrier dig out as much crud as he can from the affected area, and then I shove as much sheet cotton as I can into the dug-out area and soak it with iodine tincture. After the...
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    I agree with mbamissaz...you can tell people one...

    I agree with mbamissaz...you can tell people one thing about their horse's radiographs and when you hear something two weeks later, it's like somebody has been playing a very garbled game of...
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    I looooovveeee Cocosoya and have been feeding it...

    I looooovveeee Cocosoya and have been feeding it for about 7 years now. My two that used to show and now are just pasture puffs that I groom twice a week still look like they are ready to step into...
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    Kennel Cough actually has a constellation of...

    Kennel Cough actually has a constellation of causes - dogs can get any virus that causes respiratory compromise (parainfluenza, distemper, herpes, adeno etc.), which can be complicated by Bordetella...
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    I had one of mine on Prozac for...

    I had one of mine on Prozac for anxiety/inappropriate elimination issues, and it did nothing for him and made him very lethargic (2yo cat, just stopped playing...and pretty much moving). I was quite...
  21. I second saline! And be gentle with your water...

    I second saline! And be gentle with your water pressure and gently squirt the saline in. You don't want to drive bacteria and other organic contaminants deeper into the tissues.
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    There is some reasonably strong published...

    There is some reasonably strong published evidence that Tildren is helpful in treating navicular syndrome and hock arthritis, but it is used off-label for anything else. There really hasn't been any...
  23. Culicoides hypersensitivity!!! Typically...

    Culicoides hypersensitivity!!! Typically responds well to pred or dex during high-insect seasons. You can also manage exposure by keeping her stalled when Culicoides is out (dawn, dusk), keep a...
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    Jeezy cripes. Please don't order eye meds from...

    Jeezy cripes. Please don't order eye meds from overseas. Terramycin is a common, inexpensive and easily available medication available right here in the good ol' USA from your friendly, accredited...
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    Ditto on Liberty's post. Healthy cats eat. Sick...

    Ditto on Liberty's post. Healthy cats eat. Sick cats don't. She needs to be checked out.

    As for ranitidine, that is not typically used in small animals (although it can be). Famotidine (Pepcid)...
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