Type: Posts; User: Ghazzu
I can't imagine anything other than extraction for a broken and rotting tooth.
ETA: I'd not have a great deal of confidence in the opinion of "girl who does teeth" if she miseed the fractured...
Milking out a mare stimulates further production.
Way earlier, but Micahel Jecks' Templar series of murder mysteries set in medieval Devon are terrific.
Immunoglobulins are produced by plasma cells, a type of lymphocyte.
Turnout and green grass.
The published study showing beneficial effects of flaxseed on skin allergies in the horse used a pound of flax per 1,000 pounds bodyweight.
How much flax are you feeding?
Adding flaxseed may be of benefit.
I did specifically mention the words "veterinary nutritionist".
In other words, a specialist--a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Nutrition.
That would be someone pretty qualified to...
The feds regulate raptors. I doubt you shot that hawk legally.
I truly wouldn't be dinking around with this horse's diet without consulting a veterinary nutritionist.
It's poor terminology. A restricted range of motion would likely be more accurate.
I might be inclined n this situation to file a complaint with the state board. It might result in the DVM being told he needs to actually examne an animal presented to him (or offer referral), but...
I've got a friend who raises Herefords amongst other breeds.
He has had Gloucester Old spots in the past, though I don't think so presently.
Also sometimes Tamworths and Durocs.
Good grief. You must have aged 10 years today!
Glad to hear everything turned out ok!
(I've had the neighbor obsessed with lawn experience.)
Just to throw another spanner into the works, a student can revoke the FERPA waiver at any time.
Are you comfortable speaking about this to the vet you prefer? If so, I'd do that first.
No one is "forcing" the parents to pay for the education.
They are entirely within their rights to insist that their kids waive FERPA if parents are footing the bill.
What it does do, as has...
Ayuh. If nothing else is a wakeup call, when an insurance compnay sues her because they had to pay out, she'll smarten up.
If you're all lucky, the owner's vehicle will be the first one trashed.
I'd politely explain that you will be deducting replacement costs for damaged equipment from your board.
No dry food. Canned or fresh only.
FWIW, if the horse's GI tract is operative, administration of fluid via NG tube is simpler than running an IV.
As one of my professors used to say, "if the gut works, use it."
Your clarification makes sense. I didn't use rheaform often, but for the intractable diarrhea cases it was pretty effective.
If the OP is willing to go to the trouble of getting friendly enough with the dog to catch it, and then taking it to a relatively remote shelter, it would seem that it wouldn't be any more of a...
Used the stuff back in the day when it was still on the market.
Worked quite well in the cases I used it for.
WRT using the biosponge to "pull out toxins", that's not how it works.