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    Lameness Locator Technology

    I searched for threads on this and the most recent one was from over a year ago and I figured there would be more input a year later since vets around the country are now using this technology more...
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    Club foot and shoulder soreness/stiffness

    LONG STORY.. SORRY

    I have rehabbed my gelding for 9 months now for something very small on his left front medial collateral ligament of the fetlock. Shockwave and stall rest with walking have...
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    Stiff/tight shoulder causing lameness???

    I know that a left front clubbed foot can cause tightness and stiffness in the left front shoulder. However, has anyone ever experienced this to the point of off and on lameness? This horse is...
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    Xylazine, Ace and Reserpine.. here we go

    I have posted several threads concerning my stall bound horse and finding means to keep him quiet. Even before his injury this horse has always been "in your face" and " in your space" kind of...
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    Reserpine Powder

    I would like to hear others experiences with the powder form of Reserpine for a rehab horse. I have used the injectable on several occasions but it makes me feel very uncomfortable considering I...
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    Ace Pills and the stall bound horse

    What are your experiences with ace pills? My vet advised me that each pill was close to 1cc of ace. With my horse (still) being stall bound I am still exploring all options of calming aids. I hate...
  7. Thread: Ace IV vs. IM

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    FineAlready, Thank you for your response. I...

    FineAlready, Thank you for your response. I agree that this dosage is high, in the past I have not needed 3-4 cc's for any reason. I have also never had a horse like this one going on 4 months of...
  8. Thread: Ace IV vs. IM

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    Ace IV vs. IM

    For my stall bound horse I am exploring all options of sedatives/ calming agents to see what works best for him/me and our schedule. I have used Ace both IV and IM, obviously IV you see results much...
  9. Samshield sizing - is the "shell" the same for all sizes?

    Okay I tried on a *very* comfy Samshield helmet at a show last weekend and fell in love. I am however, not in love with price so I am doing some online shopping for a better deal.

    It is my...
  10. Thanks for all of these suggestions. I am going...

    Thanks for all of these suggestions. I am going to print the thread and show it to my vet to get her opinion. She knows that this horse is a clown even when he is not confined to a stall - so she...
  11. Help! Sedatives for stall rest and light work. Im new at this!

    I am convinced my horse is going to kill me

    I have never really dealt with having a horse on stall rest for a long period of time. The whole situation was peachy during the warmer months with...
  12. Unfortunate update

    So as I had mentioned earlier this horse is already stall bound for another injury ( something small and ALMOST healed). He is currently allowed to walk 20 and trot five minutes on straight lines...
  13. The swelling is on the front tendon that crosses...

    The swelling is on the front tendon that crosses the cannon bone of his front right leg. No heat.
  14. What LOOKS like a bandage bow... but isn't a bandage bow????

    My horse has the swelling on his front right tendon sheath as if he has a slight wrapping bow. The odd part is, he hasn't had wraps on whatsoever in the recent past. He is currently stall bound...
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    Electrolytes once or twice a day?

    We all know its colic weather and it seems like this year I have heard more about horses being put down or going into surgery more than I can ever recall in years prior. All of my horses get...
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    Clean Trax & White Lightning - best method

    I have placed an order for both products. In reading the directions, one bottle of Clean Trax in a gallon of water is what is recommended. Also it is effective for 90 minutes... can I do half a...
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    Won't keep shoes on - So frustrated

    I am not sure what else I can do at this point. My very athletic young man doesn't over reach and pull off his front shoes, he steps on himself with his own front feet. I have never witnessed a...
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    After what I just went through, I would do...

    After what I just went through, I would do everything you can to prevent it from getting worse. I would keep the horse stalled and in standing wraps with surpass applied. Also ice it as frequently...
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    SuckerForHorses ... because in turn out was...

    SuckerForHorses

    ... because in turn out was when he developed his first awful splint and I dont want to deal with another surgery. He doesnt have to be acting crazy to knock himself. He pulls...
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    He is turned out alone and in a grassy paddock......

    He is turned out alone and in a grassy paddock... no mud so I'm not worried about funk getting underneath. He also isnt silly when turned out... rolls.. goes straight to hay for a few bites.....
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    Can I leave boots on all night?

    After green bean knocked himself badly and caused an awful splint I cant help but worry about his legs being protected while turned out. Towards the end of rehab when he started to be turned out...
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    Can Zantac cause colic?

    As I am reading threads about the use of Zantac to prevent/treat existing ulcers it got me thinking. If Zantac will cause the stomach to produce LESS acid for digestion, will this result in the...
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    Paprika - What type?

    I have been intrigued about the coat benefits from paprika and love how cheap it is. Does anyone know the difference between spanish and hungarian paprika? I see that some are "hot' and some are...
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    This information is very helpful.... anyone else?...

    This information is very helpful.... anyone else?

    JLR1 - the issue is I am spread thin and have other horses to care for. I cant afford to keep him stalled because he is a pig and goes through...
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    His original ultra sound showed very very mild...

    His original ultra sound showed very very mild lesions. He was stalled for 6 months with the usual walking schedule followed to a T. He was sound then after building up to a handful of small...
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