Type: Posts; User: starrunner
Why not put it it up in "breed" fashion with an old sock or vet wrap?
I would think to pass along the info to local clubs and see if there is interest.
I know from being on a club board that it can be hard to find good facilities to host at!
Unfortunately, I don't have choice of hay with boarding. The hay off the field is a grass/alfalfa mix, but mostly grass. In the winter, the barn usually will add in more alfalfa. It has never...
Anyone know the palatability of Ultium?
I can swap that out pretty easily in FeedXL in for the ration balancer, as well as cut back a bit on the alfalfa pellets, so that it will be less grain...
Twice at a halt.
One I was working a neighbor's horse that they just rescued and knew nothing about, except he had been ridden. Horse was good doing groundwork, was good saddling, and all that...
I started ground driving my filly at two in a lunging caveson. She is very soft in the face, so just the little bit of pressure and voice commands helped her keep control. I didn't want to bit her...
I am also a creeper!
I don't have a little farmette yet, so I love admiring what people have done, take mental notes, and just enjoy the scenery.
I feed Essential K--OP.
I would be willing to send you some to see if he will eat it. How much do you want? My husband may think I'm nuts, but considering as how I also have a picky PITA horse,...
She is doing fine on the oats. Isn't hot or squirrely, but it's summer, so she likes the chance to be able to run around like a lunatic. In the winter, it's easier to trip the squirrel factor.
SE Wisconsin leaves you pretty wide open. Sunflower Farms in Bristol might be a fit depending on your location.
I have used various products on proud flesh over the years, but Animax ointment has really helped my horses the most. It's a prescription my vet gave me.
Interesting, but would never work with a Labrador that would devour anything in the house.
As it is, I have the cat food sectioned off in the cat office. I suppose I could just hide stuff in the...
Footing can also make a major difference in lameness. Deep/soft footing can show soft tissue problems that are not clear while turned out.
I am looking for suggestions on what you might tweak or what may be more palatable.
My younger horse is a pickier eater. She has been previously diagnosed with ulcers and treated with omeprazole....
Another Fromm fan here.
We do the Fromm Gold Large Breed Adult. It's relatively affordable and the dog is finally not gassy. :)
I am associated and work with a therapeutic organization as well.
It really does depend on the program. There are some that make me anxious because of the quality of tack, people running the...
Well...surprise or not.
A horse that I know with multiple tendon injuries was just diagnosed with Cushings.
I had suspected, but good to confirm, so there is another anecdotal story there.
I added most of her pedigree for you.
Both of my kitties are door bolters and are morons once they get outside.
They don't run out the front door, but into the garage, which is nice because at least there is one more door (usually) if...
I am pretty adept at pilling most cats and used to do it when I was the weekend person for a vet clinic.
Usually my method was:
1. Put pill in small amount of butter
2. Put buttered pill in...
Only has one property, but I have family in this area two houses on one piece of land.
I think it's quite lovely.
No papers needed for plenty of disciplines ie barrel racing, cutting, roping, team penning and similar events.
Western dressage is gaining ground and no papers needed if done through a national...
Random question--what is an Ennoblement?
I did read a case study involving spontaneous Achilles tears in people with undiagnosed Cushings.
I am currently a medical technologist. I have had a few job switches along the way.
I have enough time off from my current hospital, they are flexible with scheduling, I work random weekends so I...