Type: Posts; User: Ghazzu
Not sure about that.
Since it's operator error and not product issue, I don't know whether APHIS would be the folks involved.
Sort of like the initial problem w/ Quest and the dose syringes...
"It's never too late to have a happy childhood."--Opus the Penguin
Wow. That *is* rare in horses.
And, no, not a damn thing you could have done to stop it.
Glad you got an answer.
And thanks again for providing more information for horses and owners and DVMs...
Can you record the background cacaphony and play it for management?
I believe you're right.
Could be--wasn't he the President who choked on a peanut?
FDA isn't involved in animal vaccines. USDA/APHIS is.
The vaccine is lyophilized, and needs to be reconstituted before use; therefore it cannot be prepackaged in a syringe.
Bordetella bronchoseptica is a bacterium I believe.
If it were viral, doxycycline would be useless any road, as it has no antiviral activity.
They are beautiful trees. My family's camp in NH is surrounded by them.
The herbaceous plant hemlock is not the same as the tree hemlock
A DVM I know had a client (kennel owner) do this with his dogs. (client dogs).
No long-term effects; several had abscesses.
They should find a new marketing firm--the first thing that comes to mind when I see the name is an airborne protozoal disease...
I'd just keep an eye on the general area, especially since you're not even certain there's one there.
Doubt it would be radiographically obvious.
A big thank you for making this decision.
At least some good may come of it.
So WTF are you posting this?
Did you bestir yourself to call DFS?
Or do you want us to feel sorry for you because you heard this?
Really? What is the point of this post?
Ever price out what it costs to legally dispose of that jar in the truck? It ain't cheap.
Dunno about the vet, but your "trainer" is a jackass.
There is no "annual worming" that will effectively treat heartworm.
As said, you need to locate the likely source of the lameness before you go looking for radiographic confirmation.
That's what I do. Works like a charm.
Slippery elm is a good demulcent, as is marshmallow.
Wynn and Fougere advise against internal use of comfrey without distingishing between root and leaf.
Multiple other sources document measurable levels of pyrrolizidines in both root and leaf.
IMHO there are plenty of alternatives to comfrey for gastric ulcers.
I use the term "bought out of a bad situation" for a mare I now own.
I'd omit the comfrey.
Taken internally on a chronic basis, it may cause hepatotoxicity.