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    have her contact end of the line horse placement....

    have her contact end of the line horse placement.
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/End-Of-The-Line-Horse-Placement/476612785701401?fref=ts
    the horses on this site are at risk of going to slaughter if...
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    You can switch him to the herbal alternative,...

    You can switch him to the herbal alternative, chaste tree berry.
    Most horses love the herbs and have no problem eating it.
  3. it sounds like he may have Supporting Limb...

    it sounds like he may have Supporting Limb Laminitis, which happens due to bearing more weight on the front legs while he rests his hind leg injury. Does he have strong digital pulses in his front...
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    So sorry both you and your horse are going thru...

    So sorry both you and your horse are going thru this.The chiropractor should be able to help.You can also try a magnetic blanket and or the Back on Track Blanket which is a bit more affordable. I...
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    It definitely sounds like a physical pain...

    It definitely sounds like a physical pain issue.You just have to find out where the pain is and what is the common factor whenever he "looses it".
    Glad to hear you are having the chiropractor look...
  6. I may be interested in her if she is safe for a...

    I may be interested in her if she is safe for a beginner.Can you pm me some pictures and videos if you can take any of her under saddle.
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    It sounds like she has/had a mild case of colic....

    It sounds like she has/had a mild case of colic. did the banamine help? I hope she is eating and feeling better.This heat can make a horse colicky, especially an older horse. it is a good idea to...
  8. I agree with HenryisBlaisin' , you want to...

    I agree with HenryisBlaisin' , you want to increase hay,not grain. I use the TC safe starch as well. It can be used as the only source of hay or you can use it to supplement your horses hay.This ...
  9. It is important to listen to your horse.You...

    It is important to listen to your horse.You should start off slowly as you have done.As your horse shows tolerance for each step you can advance to the next step.If your horse shows any type of...
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    I am so glad your horse has recovered and is ...

    I am so glad your horse has recovered and is well again.I would suggest only giving the vaccines for the life threatening diseases.Discuss with your vet what vaccines you can eliminate. I spread...
  11. This is so true, you just have to find the right...

    This is so true, you just have to find the right situation for your horse. Some show horses go from heavy work to retirement because their lameness issues keep them from the show ring but there may...
  12. It sounds like he prefers to live outside.Is it...

    It sounds like he prefers to live outside.Is it possible for you to rent a pasture just for your horses so you don't have to worry about the other boarder's horses eating their food? A second , but...
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    I agree with ASB Stars.In my experience a horse...

    I agree with ASB Stars.In my experience a horse heavy on the forehand usually has soreness on the hind end.You mentioned that the horse was immediately better after chiro/accupuncture work.You will...
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    You can try giving her triple crown safe starch...

    You can try giving her triple crown safe starch bagged hay.It is chopped hay for IR horses/ponies.Might be easier for her to eat with missing teeth since it is in smaller pieces already.You also...
  15. You should check him for a splinter that might...

    You should check him for a splinter that might have gotten into the cut.You can sweat his leg with furacin ointment and bandage it overnight. This will help reduce the swelling and should draw out...
  16. As I read the OP and all the responses, I can't...

    As I read the OP and all the responses, I can't help but wonder ,What are you doing to help this mare with her pain? Are you treating her for the founder and arthritis?
    Foundering does not have to...
  17. Thread: nevermind

    by EAHS
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    Don't give the pony grain.He does not need it....

    Don't give the pony grain.He does not need it.
    It is great that your pony is doing better.Now it is important to maintain a healthy ,sound pony by making sure he does not have another episode.You...
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    I would definitely ween her off of the sweet feed...

    I would definitely ween her off of the sweet feed and no senior feed. You want to stay away from anything with molasses in it.
    Your challenge of putting weight on her may extend beyond just...
  19. I use Triple Crown Safe Starch for my IR pony.It...

    I use Triple Crown Safe Starch for my IR pony.It is definitely more expensive than bales of hay, but a good alternative to soaking. if your horse lives out with another horse they will both probably...
  20. How to ice hooves/ reduce coffin joint inflammation?

    Ice bell boots are a great way to reduce inflammation within the hoof. You do not need to worry about icing the bottom of the hoof to maximize effectiveness.
    You can find affordable ice bell boots...
  21. Thread: Probiotics

    by EAHS
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    Ration plus is both a prebiotic and probiotic. It...

    Ration plus is both a prebiotic and probiotic. It comes in a 16oz bottle and lasts for approx. 80 days. It is a liquid which makes it so much easier to give to those picky eaters.you can read more...
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    Watermelon rinds are a great treat for laminitic...

    Watermelon rinds are a great treat for laminitic horses/ponies. I give it to my laminitic pony and he loves them.
  23. Thread: Watermelon?

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    watermelon rind is a good alternative treat for...

    watermelon rind is a good alternative treat for the IR or laminitic horse/pony. The sugar content is much lower than apples and carrots. Be sure to give organic watermelon and make sure the seeds are...
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