Type: Posts; User: naters
Got a BOT blanket a few weeks ago. Freaking thing is enormous.
Vet said due to his hind end weakness and general dementia that the injection wouldnt do much good. He is laying next to me now, had a good dinner but breathing so so hard.
Interesting, I like that. Realistically even if he is around for only a little longer, I want him to be comfortable. Plus - it seems like a local injection would provide less whole body side effects
So my old man has a bad arthritic spot in his back that, when inflamed, puts pressureo n his spine.
Previcoxx has quit doing the trick.
Currently he is on prednisone for four days, then once...
How far from the Tappen Zee Bridge? Driving north after Christmas
In case anyone else was looking for the original link.
I see their point, but the pharmacy industry is so stuck to the FDA that I don't trust either, really.
I am living my life wrong, I suppose. There is no way I could even take off work for a month, much less spend $40k for a month of horse showing.
That being said, the saying goes: "If you are...
Any thoughts/experiences with Kingston trailers?
Thanks in advance!
My horse has a calcification in his nuchal ligament. Right. At. The. Poll. The padded monocrown helps tremendously (for him).
I would imagine that is a relatively rare condition/situation.
mvp: Thank you so much for such great input!! As always your expertise and knowledge are much appreciated!!!
Yahoo!!!! I don't mind if people want to be the other woman, I just don't want to marry the guy that has one, LOL ;)
TELL HER. And if it is my SO, who is in VA, tell ME.
(Different part of VA, but damn, girl, I would want to KNOW! Especially if it could be knowing in a way that he cannot deny it!)
Really good info here:
They did not start a panic
The person that put it on facebook that I saw owns a vet clinic, and just copied/pasted what the state vet said, as there was a press release on the matter.
In the update it says:
Additional investigation found that five horses were moved from the stable in the last four weeks and have been tracked to four locations in North Carolina where their...
Thank you, wonderful info! I am trying to dig and find reps for either the Prestige or Amerigo... any leads would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks all for the good places to start!
Before I lost my TC, it was bridging just a wee a bit. I am hoping I can replace it with something that fits - even if it is less expensive, since they will kill me with depreciation value. I need...
Still shopping, but would still love to try a slant just to see. Hopefully will have the trailer forever this time, so not sure if I want to buy a whole trailer for one horse, but will see...
I didn't realize there was an entire thread on COTH about my horse..... ;)
I have come to the conclusion that it is just the way he is, but love him enough to keep him :)
I had a TC that I need to replace, or take a depreciation on. Problem is, as my horse is several years older, and with less regular work, saddle was bridging a bit.
Anyone having any recs for a...
A very opinionated mare chomped my geldings tail in a hissy fit the other night. He has a 1/4 deep gash where her tooth went in on the underside of his dock (fleshy part of top of tail, right near...
After agonizing over this for years, I finally had to do a 10+ hour haul, and I finally broke down and took the lead from a woman that hauled horses all over the country and I chose.... nothing.
I feel your pain. My horse has never been a hard keeper, when I have been feeding him. I hate boarding.
When I asked about a good fat supplement, my vet suggested peanut oil. We just started...
So what year was the design flaw fixed in the Hawks? In the EQS? Crazy that they didn't fix the design from one company to the next. Seems a little ridiculous...