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  1. That's great news! Wish more vets would recommend...

    That's great news! Wish more vets would recommend referrals to specialists when they aren't certain on diagnoses. A lot of stress to put you through! Glad your kitty is doing well!
  2. Imha is not common in cats like it is dogs. Dogs...

    Imha is not common in cats like it is dogs. Dogs generally do very well but it's a commitment ... meaning sometimes several blood transfusions while the immune system stops attacking the blog cells....
  3. I would do radiographs ... that can likely answer...

    I would do radiographs ... that can likely answer your question to progression (ie. How bad the compression is). If your horses radiographs show no compression then there's a possibility you aren't...
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    Can you get a script for the torb? It shouldt...

    Can you get a script for the torb? It shouldt cost 250 per day if you can inject yourself. It can go I'M doesn't need to be IV
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    Finealready - not really... I rode her today...

    Finealready - not really... I rode her today without it. But I did have yo walk her for 45 minutes before I could trot/canter.

    She had one ride with ace this month. "Working through it" is my...
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    No I haven't done massage or chiro. She does love...

    No I haven't done massage or chiro. She does love her quarter sheet! I think it can't hurt to try a supplement for a month and see what happens...not a life commitment right? ;)

    No way I'm...
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    She's super anxious. Very quick, and reactive to...

    She's super anxious. Very quick, and reactive to little things. I can just feel a "stressed out" energy and she doesn't have that when she has had a little ace. I never said she was unrideable...
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    That's one of the problems...I can't ride 7 days...

    That's one of the problems...I can't ride 7 days a week. On average 4 and this week it's -25 so there is no way I'm riding at all. She's been the same on/off the ration balancer so I'm sure it's not...
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    I have infrared heaters above two stalls. I don't...

    I have infrared heaters above two stalls. I don't leave them on very often though because they really only warm their heads if they should happen to lift their heads out of the hay (doesn't happen...
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    Can you use a narcotic? Butorohanol is quite a...

    Can you use a narcotic? Butorohanol is quite a potent pain killer for horses and shouldn't have any gi consequences.

    Previcox works very well but generally more for osteoarthritis.
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    Yep too much snow and cold to ride outside and...

    Yep too much snow and cold to ride outside and she refused to grow a winter coat so she can't be on 24 hour turnout right now either. Can't wait until spring!!!
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    Simke - she is never jumping all over. I can feel...

    Simke - she is never jumping all over. I can feel her anxiety but she is well behaved. She jays never bucked me off or took off or anything dirty. She's just "on high alert" . I have used 1cc of...
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    Thanks all. I certainly don't want to drug her...

    Thanks all. I certainly don't want to drug her and for sure the ace makes "me" feel better...but the .5cc really does take the edge off her. Not to sedate her but that little trigger that goes off In...
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    She does not get grain Beet pulp and ration...

    She does not get grain
    Beet pulp and ration balancer and free choice hay
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    ace deficiency :( ?

    Don't flame me.

    I have a nice mare. She loves to work and has an incredible work ethic. She is pretty focused and not overly spooky but I would still consider her a vvery reactive mare.

    She...
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    Definitely not safe! Mould and spores from...

    Definitely not safe! Mould and spores from comopst can very easily kill a dog. Good idea to get it blocked off.

    Worst case scenario is NOT a bloat...but rather seizures and death. Mould and...
  17. I have known 3 with bad lymphangitis. One was a...

    I have known 3 with bad lymphangitis. One was a tb, the other tb x wb and the third was a warmblood Two mares and one gelding. Two with white legs and one with black. None ever had mud fever. Such...
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    Our boarding barn uses shavings topped with about...

    Our boarding barn uses shavings topped with about 24 " of chopped straw. Works great...stalls are dry and always fluffy. They always look really clean too. They take a while to get used to mucking...
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    Rambos don't rub my guys but every other...

    Rambos don't rub my guys but every other does..bossy bibs really help prevent the rubs. They aren't super durable but one should last you a blanket season and they aren't terribly pricey.
  20. I'd get it done at the vet...they may want to see...

    I'd get it done at the vet...they may want to see how it's all healed. Staples HURT when you twist them so be sure you have the proper tools to do it so they come out straight if you do it yourself!
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    So far it's been wonderful!! I am working on a...

    So far it's been wonderful!! I am working on a modified one where the really wet stuff is coming out (and poop) but the shavings that pack down (but aren't wet) will stay in. They are now creating...
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    Thanks! I've come to the conclusion that each...

    Thanks! I've come to the conclusion that each horse is very different. One does great on shavings...I take out the really wet stuff and leave in the semi wet then cover with cleaner shavings...then...
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    Jingles! If thyroid meds donth work..goto a...

    Jingles! If thyroid meds donth work..goto a specialist for an ultrasound and possible ultrasound guided aspirate of the thyroid! If it's normal hyperthyroidism meds should help though :)
  24. Put yours wherever I don't put mine. ...

    Put yours wherever I don't put mine. Garr...moved it three times now and the boys still don't use it!
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    Yes the one culprit is a rescue and not used to...

    Yes the one culprit is a rescue and not used to being stalled. He must circle lots throughout the night. Ill try a slow feed net (although I do want him to eat as much as possible!) And will do dry...
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