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  1. JB, if no one chimes in, you could try calling...

    JB, if no one chimes in, you could try calling one of the big vet hospitals (Rood and Riddle or Hagyards) and speaking to the podiatry department -- they might be able to ship you some used ones.
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    In order to claim that it prevents abortion,...

    In order to claim that it prevents abortion, uveitis, and renal failure they would have to do a lot more testing (and it would take a lot longer to get it on the market). They do know that the...
  3. To be an FEI treating vet, you have to apply and...

    To be an FEI treating vet, you have to apply and take an additional test and earn a separate license. A regular DVM can't just walk into FEI stabling and treat a horse. So, I'm sure they revoked...
  4. Based on what you're looking at academics-wise...

    Based on what you're looking at academics-wise (as well as coed education-wise), I would also add W&L to your list. JT and Gordon (the coach at W&L) are good friends and I'm sure you could spend a...
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    I'm not sure the USEF is the best organization,...

    I'm not sure the USEF is the best organization, unless they have a serious change of mentality. They've always been elitist, from the cost of membership to the general attitude around many horse...
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    Despite everyone's problems with the USEF, I do...

    Despite everyone's problems with the USEF, I do think they're onto a bigger problem with horses in general.

    Based on what I understand from the AAEP meetings I've attended the last two years,...
  7. https://ahdc.vet.cornell.edu/news/equine_enteric_c...

    https://ahdc.vet.cornell.edu/news/equine_enteric_coronavirus.cfm

    Typically associated with high fever (one paper's average >104), lethargy, inappetence...not diarrhea (unlike other species). ...
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    Haha, I thought this was the same thread at...

    Haha, I thought this was the same thread at first, dredged up somehow from the archives!
  9. Hey! If you're still in the same field you were...

    Hey! If you're still in the same field you were in a few years ago, I think you would have a tough time making a go of it in that area.

    There was a practice hiring in Wilmington earlier this...
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    I'm sorry? The Equisul is FDA approved for horse...

    I'm sorry? The Equisul is FDA approved for horse use, and the dose is definitely nowhere close to 500mL.

    The clinic where I work (as a veterinarian) has begun using it in lieu of SMZ tablets,...
  11. NCHJA also has adult medal finals -- for the A...

    NCHJA also has adult medal finals -- for the A shows (Bryan Jones Medal) and C shows.
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    There is now an FDA approved (flavored) SMZ...

    There is now an FDA approved (flavored) SMZ suspension -- much easier to administer, and based on the work the company has done, better efficacy than the tablets.
    ...
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    Hind limb laminitis can also present like a horse...

    Hind limb laminitis can also present like a horse that is neurologic behind.
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    Just want to reiterate what LaurieB and Beaver...

    Just want to reiterate what LaurieB and Beaver Breeze have said, as all their statements have also been my experience.

    The nurse mare farms I'm most familiar with tend to use paint-cross type...
  15. Sorry, but this cracked me up. Just google...

    Sorry, but this cracked me up. Just google "Sheikh Mohammed FEI scandal drugs" ... They may not be "allowed," but that's definitely not a sport that is completely clean...
  16. Agree 100% that she needs to be evaluated again...

    Agree 100% that she needs to be evaluated again by a veterinarian -- perhaps see if there is someone in the practice who does more repro work?

    Vaginal discharge is probably only seen in this...
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    Where in SW VA? Tabby lives near Lexington, the...

    Where in SW VA? Tabby lives near Lexington, the Valley Division of BREC is based near Staunton, and both vets travel up and down I-81. Not sure how far south she goes, but last time I talked to...
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    I wondered about that as well, as both are in the...

    I wondered about that as well, as both are in the same family (B-lactams). If that is the case, you may very well be in trouble, as that seriously limits the number of antibiotics you have at your...
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    Dr. Tabby Moore at Blue Ridge Equine -- not sure...

    Dr. Tabby Moore at Blue Ridge Equine -- not sure if she still travels "over the mountain" but she used to.
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    Personally, I would want more information. ...

    Personally, I would want more information.

    There are 3 main formulations of penicillin used in horses: PPG (procaine penicillin g), Na-Pen (sodium penicillin) and K-Pen (potassium penicillin). ...
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    That is true. For some reason, my brain turned...

    That is true. For some reason, my brain turned Equate (Wal-mart brand) into Equitate and I just figured a tack store was selling Ranitidine OTC...

    However, every single veterinary pharmacy that I...
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    Hey JB -- I think you mean 2,700mg/dose...and the...

    Hey JB -- I think you mean 2,700mg/dose...and the studies (and horses I've used it on) have had it administered q8 hours, not q12.

    Is ranitidine available over the counter?

    I don't...
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    My top guess is that she's pooling urine. I...

    My top guess is that she's pooling urine. I would have a vet who does a fair bit of repro out to do an exam.
  24. Agree 100%.

    Agree 100%.
  25. Personally, I wouldn't treat asymptomatic horses...

    Personally, I wouldn't treat asymptomatic horses with antibiotics, but I would have the BO monitoring temps every 6-12 hours so we could start antibiotics ASAP when needed.

    In my experience,...
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