Type: Posts; User: Ghazzu
Hands on courses with a qualified practitioner.
Oral thiamine would be my B-vitamin of choice for appetite stimulation.
They are big stupid hairy things, aren't they?
Hoping for the best for the wabbit.
He's got grit.
It does sound like the beet pulp elicited some sort of reaction from the horse.
I would not label it as "acid reflux" based on your description, however.
Had one of my cats nuked some years back.
He came through with flying colors, and lived many more years.
I believe Mah Navu was banned.
If mag ox is working for you, it will be immeasurably cheaper to buy the bag at the feed store than to keep buying the human pills.
The worst part of it for me was not being able to tolerate lying flat on my back to sleep, so I spent most of my recovery overnights in a recliner.
Do pay attention to what your doctor says about...
True here, but the initial article cited was discussing horses, influenza vaccination, and NSAIDs.
Got a gallon of a different brand of liniment once from a client, after her horse reacted so violently to its application that bystanders thought he was having a seizure.
My horses didn't mind it...
Link doesn't work--is there punctuation missing?
don't know you Wateyglwn, but I do know JSwan well enough to say that she'd not use an alter if she wanted to call you out on something.
So, you brought your cur dog to the meet?
I'm with you on the time issue. Let them know politely that you can no longer accommodate their chronic lateness, and that the clock starts at the appointed time.
As far as catching the horse, I...
Ain't necessarily so.
I've ridden a number of schoolies over the years, and none were in "crap" saddles.
Well-used, yes, but the vast majority of them were quality saddles.
Which is why they...
I heart Mike.
Here's a pretty decent short piece on GST's from CSU.
Another good piece by Jos Mottershead of equine-reproduction.com.
If your mare is responding to altrenogest, and the issue is seasonal, it...
Well, don't get too upset too fast.
It may be that the DVM is using the term "cystic ovaries" because that sounds simpler.
Looks pretty similar to this shot from my old therio professor.
I haven't touched a bottle of Koppertox since the late '70's.
Durasole, Thrushbuster, mastitis ointment, chlorhexidine or copper sulfate.
And that's one of the things I love most about distance riders. Which is probably why I'll get my act together and renew my ECTRA judge's card after a few years' hiatus.
I've got one of those in my tackroom.
The only reason I don't ride in it these days is that I'm old and decrepit enough that I want the security of some knee rolls to help me stay on...
Sounds like anovulatory follicles to me, too.
Ovarian cysts are extremely rare in mares.
Two of my 3 USRider calls were for issues that occurred when I was not hauling.
Had nightmarish problems with AAA. (sans trailer, and in a well populated area, not out in the boonies.)...