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    Which is there because some idiot put a hairdryer...

    Which is there because some idiot put a hairdryer under the blankets in their child's crib, and the child sustained serious injury.
  2. animals live in the present. She will not hate...

    animals live in the present.
    She will not hate you for shortening her lifespan.
    It is also entirely possible she does suffer from some level of constant discomfort.

    There are worse fates than a...
  3. I said "easier", not cheaper. What I meant was...

    I said "easier", not cheaper.
    What I meant was that your physician has less regulatory hassle prescribing off-label use of approved meds for you than I have of prescribing off-label use of...
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    Since the OP is being coy, I have little idea...

    Since the OP is being coy, I have little idea what she's unhappy about.
    However, I finally reached a point in ambulatory practice where the only firm time I set was for the first appointment of the...
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    I want a refund from my clinical pharmacology...

    I want a refund from my clinical pharmacology professor, because he never taught me how to ID sedated horses from show photos.
  6. Actually, human drug regulations are looser than...

    Actually, human drug regulations are looser than veterinary ones.
    It is much easier to do off-label use of any drug which has been approved for human use than it is t do off-label use in vet med.
  7. Levamisole. My SO as a researcher at Harvard...

    Levamisole.
    My SO as a researcher at Harvard Med. Came home one night going on about how they were going to try t get this rare drug for some in vivo studies.

    what is it?

    Levamisole.

    Oh....
  8. I feel your pain.

    I feel your pain.
  9. Point being that human toxicity data is already...

    Point being that human toxicity data is already out there.
  10. Ivermectin was cleared for human ingestion many...

    Ivermectin was cleared for human ingestion many years ago.
  11. It does have a vinegarish smell to it. My horses...

    It does have a vinegarish smell to it.
    My horses took to it like vinegar potato chips.

    Best part of it was the utter lack of any dust whatsoever.
  12. Propionate is one of the volatile fatty acids...

    Propionate is one of the volatile fatty acids produced in the hindgut via microbial fermentation and utilized as an energy source by the horse.

    I have fed propionate-treated hay in the past and...
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    Thank you for making his last days good ones.

    Thank you for making his last days good ones.
  14. Thread: Proud cut?

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    The epididymis does not produce testosterone. ...

    The epididymis does not produce testosterone.

    Testosterone is produced by the interstitial cells of the testis.

    "Proud cut" horses are either crypts where the retained testis was not...
  15. Very simplified, but, essentially, yes, the...

    Very simplified, but, essentially, yes, the immune system is recognizing "threats" that don't exist.



    Compromised and weakened are not at all the same thing.

    You can have, for example, a...
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    Acepromazine has no analgesic properties.

    Acepromazine has no analgesic properties.
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    No anymore It's recombinant human...

    No anymore It's recombinant human DNA-manufactured. Still ironic when it's likely a safe bet she's also antoGMO...
  18. If your horse suffers from allergies, I wouldn't...

    If your horse suffers from allergies, I wouldn't consider EqStim to be likely to be the solution--it increases the immune response, and in allergies, the problem is an overactive/inappropriate immune...
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    50/50, if it was pure cedar oil, would concern...

    50/50, if it was pure cedar oil, would concern me.

    5% or less would be a more reasonable level.
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    You do appear, at the very least, to revel in...

    You do appear, at the very least, to revel in being miserable.
    Snark aside, you might want to consider a few sessions with a counselor.
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    HSUS most assuredly does not think like I do wrt...

    HSUS most assuredly does not think like I do wrt animals.
    There is a *wide* gulf between animal welfare and animal rights.

    I am not a fan of the latter.
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    It's as common as cow-tipping, I think. :D

    It's as common as cow-tipping, I think. :D
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    Throatlatch surgery on a number of young halter...

    Throatlatch surgery on a number of young halter horses and a Nat'l Champion stallion. ostensibly modified Forsell's proedure for cribbing, because yannow, these youngsters were in danger of dying...
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    [QUOTE=chunky munky;8278453] It was merely...

    It was merely an observation :D
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    I always figured that getting one's knickers in a...

    I always figured that getting one's knickers in a twist over such things was a sign of insecurity.

    The concept of an insecure supreme being is pretty weird.
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