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  1. It is true that 1-800-Petmeds has had issues in...

    It is true that 1-800-Petmeds has had issues in the past with selling counterfeit drugs - they've faced a lot of lawsuits over these issues. They've sold 'diverted' product and got in a lot of...
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    I love the giant turquoise electrogroom. It DOES...

    I love the giant turquoise electrogroom. It DOES give them static shocks on dry weather, but any vacuum will. After I moved from a barn that had one, I had to shell out for my own vacuum. I ended up...
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    I have a Wintec pro - it's still in great...

    I have a Wintec pro - it's still in great condition after about 10 years. I think it's SO comfortable. It has the CAIR panels which have held up very well. I'm lucky that the saddle fits my horse...
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    There is a different test than the usual fecal...

    There is a different test than the usual fecal float - it's called a Baerman (spp?) preparation. It's still just fresh feces sent to the lab. You can deworm with ivermectin twice, three weeks apart...
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    Sounds like COPD. Scoping may help, as would a...

    Sounds like COPD. Scoping may help, as would a bronchoalveolar lavage - they can sample some fluid from the airway to see if there is pneumonia, or just inflammation, then determine a treatment plan....
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    Liberty tack makes an indestructible training...

    Liberty tack makes an indestructible training bridle. I think that thing will last darn near forever...
  7. Thread: grazing muzzle

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    Best friend's is the best - they also have a new...

    Best friend's is the best - they also have a new model that has an extra V-strap that is supposed to help keep it on. I haven't tried it myself - haven't needed it. I have the regular version. I also...
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    Wow. That fell a few yards short of respectful...

    Wow. That fell a few yards short of respectful...
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    I hope you get the pony. In the meantime, don't...

    I hope you get the pony. In the meantime, don't give bute and banamine concurrently. Giving both won't help him, and may eat up his gut. If the laminitis has been chronic, just give the bute. Good...
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    I have an eclipse all-in-one tank that I really...

    I have an eclipse all-in-one tank that I really like for keeping bettas. It has a gentle filter, a light, and flip top lid for feeding. Lately, I've been using aquarium sand for the bottom instead of...
  11. I would read all of Alexandra Kurland's material,...

    I would read all of Alexandra Kurland's material, and jump on the yahoogroup, 'ClickRyder'. You'll get enough to really get a good start. Alex's material will help you avoid the most common pitfalls...
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    If you watched the video and felt (as I did) that...

    If you watched the video and felt (as I did) that this constituted animal abuse, please use the "flag" button on youtube to report it.
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    A horse's stomach is buried deep up inside the...

    A horse's stomach is buried deep up inside the ribcage - there's no possible way the girth could have any effect on how the stomach feels - at least directly. It's possible he could associate...
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    Insulin and Glucose Responses to Feeding Glucose,...

    Insulin and Glucose Responses to Feeding Glucose, Fructose and Inulin to Normal and Previously Laminitic Ponies
    ACVIM 2010
    K.E. Borer1; S.R. Bailey2; N.J. Menzies-Gow1; Y. Berhane1; P.A. Harris3;...
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    Ah, Katy, that second study is getting closer to...

    Ah, Katy, that second study is getting closer to what I'm looking for. So far I haven't found anything good about fructose in horses or humans. I think I'll stick to the peanuts/hay cubes etc.
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    That's really interesting. It's easy to find...

    That's really interesting. It's easy to find studies in humans regarding the metabolism of fructose. (For instance, ingestion of large amounts being associated with insulin resistance through an...
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    My IR mare hates touch and grooming most of the...

    My IR mare hates touch and grooming most of the time. (There are rare occasions when she's sleepy and likes her belly rubbed, and in the spring when flies make her itchy...)

    I use Hay stretcher...
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    Not a bad idea...I was considering going shopping...

    Not a bad idea...I was considering going shopping with saddle in tow too! Seems a little over the top, but if it worked, it would be worth it.
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    BC Wexford - fitted saddle pad ideas?

    Anyone have a fitted pad they use with a Black Country Wexford saddle? Seems like every pad I try either sticks out the front several inches (when I pass the girth through the strap provided) or its...
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    I'm pretty sure Watergate, Vietnam, the Fukushima...

    I'm pretty sure Watergate, Vietnam, the Fukushima disaster and the flooding in Thailand are all his fault too.
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    Treats don't have to mean sugar. You can use...

    Treats don't have to mean sugar. You can use pelleted hay, sugar free mints, pieces of your horses ration balancer, small bits of carrot, beet pulp shreds, celery bits etc.

    (on an unrelated note,...
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    Boy my horse seems a lot more FORWARD than...

    Boy my horse seems a lot more FORWARD than normal...What's gotten into him?
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    I really like my Black Country Wexford for this...

    I really like my Black Country Wexford for this kind of thing. I had thought the ricochet was geared more toward big jumps, but maybe I'm remembering wrong...
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    Body Glide is often used by runners on their...

    Body Glide is often used by runners on their feet, thighs, nipples (no joke-it's a men's problem). I'm sure it would help a LOT! Love the stuff. I used it on my feet for a half marathon during which...
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    I treat with or without a bit. There's no reason...

    I treat with or without a bit. There's no reason a horse would be unable to eat with the bit in. I wouldn't feed hay, simply because 1) its impractical while we're working and 2) because it might be...
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