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    I'm with you. And dismayed that she wasn't...

    I'm with you. And dismayed that she wasn't charged with a crime (in accordance with TX law). I am guessing that the TBVME won't revoke her license since she wasn't charged.
  2. I agree with the suggestion of a veterinary...

    I agree with the suggestion of a veterinary behaviorist....the can help with the behavior modification as well as any medications that could be helpful.

    You can check the member directory here:...
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    But my two are the same sex- love when people...

    But my two are the same sex- love when people tell me we should have a third to try and get the opposite sex. Ummmm.....no!
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    I was done after two as well! Never really...

    I was done after two as well! Never really considered more, DH is an only and really wanted more than one. I was SICK both pregnancies (hyperemesis) the entire time, and went to 41 weeks. The second...
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    Also, if you're at a boarding barn, find out when...

    Also, if you're at a boarding barn, find out when the vet is coming next for someone else. Then if you can be there, you can meet them, find out if you like them and ask what you need to do to become...
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    I couldn't agree more with Ghazzu- the 7h trailer...

    I couldn't agree more with Ghazzu- the 7h trailer ride is likely the least of your problems....
  7. I just meant- the only people that will be...

    I just meant- the only people that will be proficient at reading stifle CTs in horses, are those that work someplace where they can DO stifle CTs in horses. There aren't many - may have to send the...
  8. Since most places don't have a CT large enough to...

    Since most places don't have a CT large enough to get an equine stifle IN, you're a little limited as to who can read them.

    I think Colorado State is doing trials right now:...
  9. When I use DMSO as an IV antiinflammatory in...

    When I use DMSO as an IV antiinflammatory in neurologic horses, I usually have them in the hospital and use it in their fluids continuously.

    Do NOT ride this horse (please)!

    I agree that you...
  10. Thread: Heart Broken

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    There's just something about those little white...

    There's just something about those little white dogs...

    I understand how you feel - we had to euthanize our nearly 15yo JRT at Christmas....

    She was the only dog we had, and so I only lasted 4...
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    They may be able to keep the dog when they have...

    They may be able to keep the dog when they have the babies, but it will take work, and they should start NOW.

    Have they done any obedience with the dog?

    Train the dog to "go to bed" or go in...
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    I like anything by Sophia Yin:...

    I like anything by Sophia Yin:
    http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=sophia+yin
  13. The "rule of thumb" that I have seen is that...

    The "rule of thumb" that I have seen is that puppies should only be crated for 1h/month of age (not counting at night) - so just over 2 months, could be 2h at a time. The suggestions I have seen for...
  14. Article from the Washington Post this morning...

    Article from the Washington Post this morning with stats on how safe kids are today:...
  15. Can you clarify what you mean by this? The...

    Can you clarify what you mean by this? The anesthesia for cataract surgery (phacoemulsification) is much longer than anesthesia for a spay, but with both, the patients are awakened immediately...
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    You or the owner need to send the films to an...

    You or the owner need to send the films to an ACVS board-certified equine orthopedic surgeon. PM me if you want some suggestions....
  17. My 6yo would think this was HILARIOUS!!!

    My 6yo would think this was HILARIOUS!!!
  18. Bridges of Madison County!!! The people that...

    Bridges of Madison County!!!

    The people that loved it, looooooooved it. The people that hated it, felt just as strongly!!!
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    Elasticon isn't really "waterproof" - it will get...

    Elasticon isn't really "waterproof" - it will get plenty wet. If you're looking for waterproof over vetwrap for a heel bulb injury, I usually just use a duct tape square over the whole foot and then...
  20. I think it's just that it was a REALLY broad...

    I think it's just that it was a REALLY broad questiion. What to expect really depends on the individual patient (how easy is it to convert to NSR, underlying heart disease, how long has the AF been...
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    So sorry about your llama....(and the dog as...

    So sorry about your llama....(and the dog as well). :-(

    It is definitely more difficult to hit the jugular vein on a llama than it is on a horse. The vein is deeper and the anatomy in their necks...
  22. So sorry to hear about your kitty! I'm sure you...

    So sorry to hear about your kitty! I'm sure you know - you did everything you could for her, and when she told you it was time, you had the courage to help her go peacefully. Hugs!
  23. This can be really hard - I once owned a cat that...

    This can be really hard - I once owned a cat that WOULD NOT TOLERATE fluids SQ at all.

    A few thoughts:
    -Is your vet OK with you doing 200 mL every other day (or some lesser frequency)? Your cat...
  24. I think you need to find out what the irregular...

    I think you need to find out what the irregular rhythm is...does it sound like "tennis shoes in a dryer"? That would likely be atrial fibrillation which is not uncommon in horses...can't really tell...
  25. Has your dog had an exam and bloodwork lately? ...

    Has your dog had an exam and bloodwork lately?

    There are a multitude of other options for arthritis type pains (making a big assumption that's what you're talking about), but most vets will...
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