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  1. Update. No Previcox, stopped the Ulcergard too. ...

    Update. No Previcox, stopped the Ulcergard too. Eating like champ.

    Thanks for all your experiences. Clearly most horses don't (or at least those without a prior history of gastric uclers) and...
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    Sorry, I've never owned the PRI's so I can't...

    Sorry, I've never owned the PRI's so I can't compare.
  3. As I said, I've never had any problems with it...

    As I said, I've never had any problems with it either on other horses that were on it for extended periods (one for a year). But neither of them had a history of prior ulcers. That's the rub.
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    Yes, this exactly. Wonder if he did a rectal...

    Yes, this exactly. Wonder if he did a rectal looking for a displacement -- though the arm can only go so far and not get to the small intestine.

    When the drugs aren't working, there may be bigger...
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    Yep, for sure. Keeping fingers crossed for the...

    Yep, for sure. Keeping fingers crossed for the OP and horse. Terrible situation to be in.:(
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    Actually my vet has me administer 10cc banamine...

    Actually my vet has me administer 10cc banamine while he's on his way -- to get a jump start on treatment.
  7. That was great...looks like he loves the crowds....

    That was great...looks like he loves the crowds. :)
  8. Great info. So I know I'm not nuts... No med...

    Great info. So I know I'm not nuts...

    No med is perfect and it is said that Cox 2 don't cause ulcers (they are marketed that way...but I haven't seen how long that study was done. They say only...
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    I've washed the Seams Right heavy show pads to...

    I've washed the Seams Right heavy show pads to death (and they are also embroidered with my farm logo). Still look great after at LEAST 100 washings. I can get about 3 pads in the washer, max.
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    Then the vet and the facility must have been in...

    Then the vet and the facility must have been in cahoots. Can't imagine that happening unless they were in biz together and someone owned the stallion and there were shenanigans re breeding fees.
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    Yep, but not the vets fault. Two mares on site...

    Yep, but not the vets fault. Two mares on site to be bred AI to 2 different stallions. The collector labeled the semen wrong.

    One mare did not conceive. The other did, but the owner was...
  12. Actually, her original ulcers resulted from a 6...

    Actually, her original ulcers resulted from a 6 month stall layup (fracture femur), when the live on help said she was feeding 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. late hay, but was not. Empty stomach way too long...
  13. Thank you. I had this mare's elderly dam on it...

    Thank you.

    I had this mare's elderly dam on it for years without problems (she never had a history of ulcers before though).

    I like the Zantac idea though. She does okay if I give her...
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    They sure do...I have pads that were used heavily...

    They sure do...I have pads that were used heavily for years 15 years ago and still look like new.:)
  15. Has anyone had a horse develop gastric ulcers on Previcox (Equioxx)?

    Horse has a previous history of gastric ulcers during a long layup for an injury 6 years ago. Was treated and resolved at that time.

    I've been told Cox 2 inhibitors (Previcox) do not cause...
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    Yes, Dr. Dill was one of the first and real...

    Yes, Dr. Dill was one of the first and real pioneer. I started using him in the late 80's and all my friends thought I was nuts, as chiropractic for horses was pretty much unheard of. Great guy,...
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    At the end of the day, I think the risk of...

    At the end of the day, I think the risk of keeping them on without taking them off is asking for trouble...and the flies won't kill them, after all. If one cannot spend time taking on and off, then...
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    Got it. We all answer from our own desires and...

    Got it. We all answer from our own desires and experiences. My horses years ago (mares, foals and riding horses lived out in sheds) before I built my training facility. Went took them off and on...
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    I'm in Virginia as well. I'm not sure I...

    I'm in Virginia as well. I'm not sure I understand your question. Why should a horse that is retired receive any less care regarding comfort that one that is not retired?
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    Well, the striped zucchini I was loving already...

    Well, the striped zucchini I was loving already bit the dust -- nor did they produce very many. I must say, those I did get were very tasty though.

    Going back to the plain greens next years.
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  21. Learn to "detach" from his problems. Who you...

    Learn to "detach" from his problems. Who you thought was a friend and, seemingly, a big part of your life for a period has problems that only he can fix.

    Yes, wave and say hi...don't get sucked...
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    Allison Faber, DVM in Mechanicsville. She's...

    Allison Faber, DVM in Mechanicsville. She's wonderful.

    Traveled all the way to me for an emergency acupuncture treatment for my stallion, Boleem toward the end of his life and had foundered...
  23. Haven't read all the replies. Don't do any thing...

    Haven't read all the replies. Don't do any thing about it..."handle it". It's not your problem unless it is on your property. Stepping in to "help" or "fix" is enabling the person with the problem...
  24. Thread: Jugular Thrombosis

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    I had a horse that developed this after being on...

    I had a horse that developed this after being on IV fluids and meds for an extended time due to an illness. Antibiotics were also given as a precaution.
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    I had mine on Previcox for the last 8 months of...

    I had mine on Previcox for the last 8 months of his battle with ringbone and it gave him great relief...but not forever.

    Nothing can actually stop the progression of ringbone and the pain that...
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