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  1. Instead of worrying what the head is doing during...

    Instead of worrying what the head is doing during a hind end lameness, why not just watch the hips/sacrum and diagnose it that way… that is how it is usually diagnosed by vets. And fetlock drop and...
  2. If you can afford it, I'd just do the scan. I...

    If you can afford it, I'd just do the scan. I think you will be throwing away money at this point chasing specific diagnoses.

    (I think its in the spine, but am interested to hear what the final...
  3. Right dorsal colitis is usually caused by...

    Right dorsal colitis is usually caused by long-term NSAID use rather than the typical stress-related causes of gastric ulcers. It is also often associated with diarrhea. If you are worried, you can...
  4. Thread: Monica Thors

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    You want to return the 5 horses to Monica Thors?...

    You want to return the 5 horses to Monica Thors? Am I misunderstanding you? Or are you high?
  5. Agree with what Texarkana has said. Also,...

    Agree with what Texarkana has said.

    Also, omeprazole is not going to cut it if your horse has right dorsal ulcerative colitis.

    I also don't think you can rule out gastric ulcers if you have...
  6. Well, that's good. I hadn't slept well for the...

    Well, that's good. I hadn't slept well for the past month worrying about it all.

    On a more serious note, was it all because the horse was left unattended? So the vet was just supposed to stand...
  7. No food in her house, and she's paying a trainer...

    No food in her house, and she's paying a trainer to ride her horse?!

    Good god.
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    There's nothing wrong with power tools if the...

    There's nothing wrong with power tools if the user knows what they are doing. I'd rather have my horse's teeth done with power tools if there is a lot to take off. Less time they have to stand in a...
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    I'd try the H/J barn. If it's not what you're...

    I'd try the H/J barn. If it's not what you're looking for, you don't have to go back. But they can do a lot of good for your jumping basics. And they may have a pretty good foundation in dressage.
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  11. Because maternal antibodies can wane at different...

    Because maternal antibodies can wane at different times, most places recommend giving the first DHPP at 6-7 weeks, and repeating every 3-4 weeks up to 16 weeks. This ensures the puppy is covered if...
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    I understand their thought process that hitting a...

    I understand their thought process that hitting a head with a helmet cam on it could potentially lead to greater injury. But with no research out there, seems a bit big-brotherish to me.
  13. If its a recurrent small colon impaction problem,...

    If its a recurrent small colon impaction problem, I think a work-up at the vet school would be a good idea.
  14. Coastal hay usually causes impactions in the...

    Coastal hay usually causes impactions in the small intestine, not the small colon. OP, you did mean the small colon, right?

    I think further workup would be a good idea.
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    While I think an MRI is a great idea for...

    While I think an MRI is a great idea for navicular horses, she's a college student and I imagine the horse isn't insured. Add in the cost of treatment for a soft tissue injury, and you are looking at...
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    Does the corrective shoeing have to cost $400?...

    Does the corrective shoeing have to cost $400? You can start with something simple, like a backwards shoe or a wedge. Just on front, it shouldn't cost that much (although maybe your area is very...
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    You've gotten some very good advice here. I'd...

    You've gotten some very good advice here. I'd also add in that anything you can do to improve her response to the half-halt so that she actually takes more weight behind will help. She is breaking...
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    Adorable… and evil. But yes, they are...

    Adorable… and evil.

    But yes, they are considered horses.
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    I think we need to know your goals. Option #1...

    I think we need to know your goals.

    Option #1 sounds best if you are interested in the breeding aspect of horses, and handling the young ones. Riding school horses, in most cases, is generally not...
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    And you can't really blame the horse in this...

    And you can't really blame the horse in this situation. You are expected to show up with a horse that can meet the standards. If the rider can't ride through the problems on that horse, then either...
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    As others have said, the stadium and the grid are...

    As others have said, the stadium and the grid are separate. If she is supposed to jump a 2'9" oxer at the end of the grid, and doesn't, then by definition she failed to meet the standard ON THAT DAY,...
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    OK, I have to ask, is there a reason why they jog...

    OK, I have to ask, is there a reason why they jog their horses so far in front of them, rather than closer to the head? It seemed like there was a lot of dragging going on.
  23. You may also want to change his heart worm...

    You may also want to change his heart worm preventative to Sentinel, to deworm for whips, since you likely have environmental contamination. Their eggs are tough and can survive in the environment...
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    Steroids suppress the immune system. It may be...

    Steroids suppress the immune system. It may be possible that he had the start of a skin infection and it went wild when given steroids.

    Or maybe it's just bad luck. Or from the hives.

    Steroids...
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    Very rough ride. I'd like to know why she was...

    Very rough ride. I'd like to know why she was pushing so hard if the horse already had a stop and multiple ugly fences. And why that ride was considered more acceptable than the one by Megan Heath.
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