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  1. What do y'all think she is TB?

    What do y'all think she is TB?
  2. I agree with the gabapentin recommendation as...

    I agree with the gabapentin recommendation as well!
  3. What is she eating? I'd change her diet in...

    What is she eating? I'd change her diet in addition to the pred if she was a patient of mine and also send out a full thyroid panel although normally a total t4 is all you need for a cat.

    As far...
  4. Here is an abstract on a study they did:...

    Here is an abstract on a study they did: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11145833

    Heartworm dose(safe) is 6 mcg/kg.
  5. Oh dear, you are uneducated. Heartgard and other...

    Oh dear, you are uneducated. Heartgard and other ivermectin heartworm preventions are safe for dogs with MDR1 mutation.
  6. A warning to those that do have breed that...

    A warning to those that do have breed that potential carry the MDR-1 mutation, be careful after you have dewormed your horses with ivermectin. I have seen ivermectin toxicity when a dog ate the...
  7. yup..cool..pretty sure that's like day 1 in vet...

    yup..cool..pretty sure that's like day 1 in vet school. "White feet, don't treat with ivermectin"

    Also shame on your vet for insinuating another vet killed the collie with the wrong drugs. That...
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    Sounds like the puppy may of had a UTI. I find...

    Sounds like the puppy may of had a UTI. I find this frequently in my female puppies patients.


    I'm not a puppy person either BTW. I like that I get to visit with them and give them hugs and...
  9. My mare forgets what it is like for her...

    My mare forgets what it is like for her mane/fetlock to touch her ears when she wears a fly mask with ears. So then she shakes her head every time a piece of hair touches her ears unless I braid the...
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    I use a body clipping blade and back comb the...

    I use a body clipping blade and back comb the hair then instead of pulling the remaining, use the blade to "cut" the hair. I think it ends up looking natural and thins it fairly well.

    Before:...
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    Canine idiopathic head tremor syndrome would be...

    Canine idiopathic head tremor syndrome would be on the list as other have said. She needs to see an neurologist for a complete work-up.
  12. Update, please?!? (and green arrow for me)

    Update, please?!?

    (and green arrow for me)
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    Does this new barn have a different roof than the...

    Does this new barn have a different roof than the old barn? Ie Metal on this roof? That can make some horses flip out when it rains, etc..

    I haven't use it from there but go with a reputable...
  14. I've brought home 1 kitten and then when I lived...

    I've brought home 1 kitten and then when I lived apart from my SO(now hubby), I hid a cat from him for 6 months and then a dog. hehe

    He then told me that we should adopt our 4th cat, but I sent...
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    I'd be worried about a sequestrum forming or a...

    I'd be worried about a sequestrum forming or a chip already.
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    Not really, I've had patient respond that quickly...

    Not really, I've had patient respond that quickly if their ulcers are lower grade ulcers.
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    So after omeprazole, you seem to have your old...

    So after omeprazole, you seem to have your old horse back? Personally, I'd treat the horse for ulcers as that is most likely the cause of everything you describe. Give him 1 full tube of gastroguard...
  18. I'd get an MRI personally before making any crazy...

    I'd get an MRI personally before making any crazy decisions on this horse's future. If your vet can diagnose an impar ligament issue off just those blocks and imaging then I'd be damn impressed but I...
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    Has he gone to the same vet since you have owned...

    Has he gone to the same vet since you have owned him? Has he been tested in the past for FIV? I ask because if he was ever Vaccinated then he will always test positive and there is no way to tell the...
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    Agreed with horsegal...

    Agreed with horsegal...
  21. I think it would be pretty standard for a lessee...

    I think it would be pretty standard for a lessee to put the boarding contact in her name since that would make her financially responsible for the horse. I'm not sure why the BO thinks that make her...
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    Agreed, I wouldn't think twice about that in a...

    Agreed, I wouldn't think twice about that in a dog with no clinical signs.

    My dogs got up to over 4,000 after his splenectomy. I'm sure we pissed the pancreas off a bit and possible some of the...
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    Get a vet out who will rectal her and palpate and...

    Get a vet out who will rectal her and palpate and ultrasound if necessary. I'm understanding that the vet wouldn't even palpate a sedated horse. Yikes! Glad you found one you like. How does that one...
  24. Oh I understand. It all about the drugs you run...

    Oh I understand. It all about the drugs you run during anesthesia that influence the recovery. Most of ours have an easy recovery and stand on the first try, but not always. It also has to do...
  25. Seriously though, we have had some that we think...

    Seriously though, we have had some that we think we fixed part of the problem with just the anesthesia and being hoisted by their legs. I do think it can benefit them in some ways. I'm tempted to do...
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