Type: Posts; User: DarcyW
I am starting to look around for a mare to lease for 2014/2015. I prefer an older style, big bodied mare - no TB ladies, sorry! Approved preferred.
Stallion has amazing temperament, 17h,...
Posting a positive experience!!!
I recently took in a Westphalian stallion who had been separated from his paperwork (I actually asked on this forum about him a couple of weeks ago). Well, in...
any idea what name he was shown under?
an internet search has brought up a couple of horses with Jmen in the name. is this a breeder or ?
It doesn't surprise he wasn't approved, altho I do believe he was used as a breeding stallion...
laser therapy is amazing for soft tissue!
I have rehabbed horses from suspensory injuries and its hard. I retired my upper level horse due this kind of injury. But I have to tell you, that he...
Does anyone know anything about this stallion? He was shown as a hunter in the Illinois/Wisconsin area. Any information is appreciated.
My first session with Debbie was in 2001 and I was very skeptical. Unbelievable information and I have been a believer ever since. Debbie does...
I had my ankle reconstructed on May 30. It was my 2nd reconstruction...same ankle. My advice is to be patient. I got a knee walker...its a cart that you kneel and has a nice basket on the front! ...
sent post on to a friend...this may be a good fit for her!
couple of things
I didn't know that hay was to be withheld when dealing with hind gut ulcers....not mentioned by vet at all. More worried about changing the rest of the diet from grain to a...
I also found out today that the ulcer meds are not being fed appropriately.
Last time I tried speaking with the owner it did not go well. Horse had an infected cut on his leg that was not being...
My thought is that hay would be available 24x7....especially given that I am dealing with an ulcer issue.
Basically wondering if anyone else would think something else....
I have a horse at a rehab facility who is being treated for hind gut ulcers. On the contract and feed chart it states that he will be fed 1 flake of alfalfa AM and PM and free choice grass hay.
YB - move to Colorado...I want to board at YOUR barn!!!
My experience is that shockwave did not help an avulsion fracture at the suspensory junction in a hindleg - and watching my horse in so much pain was HORRIBLE. I would definitely do something...
I love my thinline pad! I have a dressage horse who came to me with a severe back injury in Dec 2010. He was very ataxic and had torn some soft tissue in his lumbar/si region. I don't have...
I would love to learn more....it does seem a bit expensive for 8 - 10 weeks of use. I would happily purchase/rent/whatever will work for you.
you want to keep on eye on the Omega 3/6/9 ratios. I am no expert but for my older horse, I do not want to promote inflammation which can be attribute a higher Omega 6 than Omega 3.
I am getting ready to order one of this and am wondering if anyone has a used one. Specific size needed is Equine 2.5 14 or Equine 2.5 16. Where do the used ones end up?
Have you considered a Briard?
if I had to do it again I would work with Dr. Ellison
did you get a chance to touchbase with the contact I sent you?
I have a friend in NM and have reached out to her....will keep you posted.