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  1. Thank you :). I can't find any online...

    Thank you :).

    I can't find any online published info on the protocol after initial series.
    Seems it may well be horse dependent and likely not known just yet, due to it being a very recent...
  2. Thank you :). When I discussed the option with...

    Thank you :).
    When I discussed the option with the practice that has it in use for my area I was told it was pretty much a lifelong thing every 3 or 6 mths depending on the aggressiveness of the...
  3. When you research it there are quite some studies...

    When you research it there are quite some studies for curcumin available, some even in reference to melanoma.
    But not a cast & stone equine study has been done, at least not that I am aware of.
    ...
  4. That's how I understood it too, in my case I'd...

    That's how I understood it too, in my case I'd prefer this since he's only got the one at the low end of the tail and to our knowledge nothing anywhere else.
    I'd like to treat this one and then wait...
  5. Besides Oncept, at present there are 2 more...

    Besides Oncept, at present there are 2 more succesful clinical trials I've been made aware of, the one from the university of Florida and another DNA vaccine (I have a feel it's similar to Oncept)...
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    Hi Dune, My horse used to stock up in the...

    Hi Dune,
    My horse used to stock up in the hindlegs when stalled, but I never thought much of this, well at least not at first, I used to just wrap him when stalled.
    When I did not wrap him, the...
  7. FWIW ...

    FWIW

    http://dspace.library.uu.nl/handle/1874/253151



    My young horse actually has a melanoma that we surgically removed & implanted chemo beads, but it returned within 6 months :(.
    My vet...
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    Your last post answers my thoughts entirely when...

    Your last post answers my thoughts entirely when I saw the videos.

    My horse had the slipping stifle problem too, catching, losing his balance in the hindend as a result. If you are interested I...
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    Perhaps read up a little on the use of SAM-e in...

    Perhaps read up a little on the use of SAM-e in humans. It's succesfully used as an anti-depressant in humans, in Europe even RX-ed by doctors for mild depression instead of Prozac.
    If interested,...
  10. Clac Deo gel is working well for me this season...

    Clac Deo gel is working well for me this season in that area. It does cause a little bit of skin peeling however.
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    Thanks Hermein, no I would not go thru my health...

    Thanks Hermein, no I would not go thru my health insurance, if I can get it OTC great, if not, then not.

    I may try some of the EFAC cream, said to work well.
    I'll keep the Aspercreme in mind. :)
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    Thank you for this, I was not aware of that and...

    Thank you for this, I was not aware of that and no you are not boring us with it :).
    Personally I can sure feel it works with the hock arthritis horse, the other I couldn't really tell to be honest....
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    Ghazzu I am not blaming vets for doing what IS...

    Ghazzu I am not blaming vets for doing what IS right!!!
    I am looking for a saving for myself, and no vet is wrong in offering me Surpass.
    If I cannot get Voltaren anymore so be it, shame for my...
  14. Thread: Saddle advice

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    Have you tried a Prolite multi-riser pad? It...

    Have you tried a Prolite multi-riser pad? It leaves the spine free, I would have thought that with that specific saddle as in the pictures and 2 Prolite shims in front, it could well work. :)
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    That is correct Ambitious Kate, but vets prefer...

    That is correct Ambitious Kate, but vets prefer to sell you Surpass out of their truck.
    Voltaren is a saving over Surpass when you are having to use this daily on one horse with hock arthritis and...
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    Where do you buy your Voltaren gel?

    In the past I ordered the Voltaren Emulgel from Feelbest.com, but just noticed they no longer exist.

    Any suggestions for online orders?

    Thank you.
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    I tried pretty much all supplements out there,...

    I tried pretty much all supplements out there, none offered any relief.
    Despite my own expectation & my vet's expectation, we continue on borrowed time so to speak.
    My boy stopped laying down...
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    This is something my horse did years before his...

    This is something my horse did years before his DSLD became obvious.
    At first we did indeed think he had shivers, some vets were even convinced that's what it was.
    Over the years it all got...
  19. Broccoli oil?? Camelina Seed oil for horses? High in O3

    I stumbled upon this googling 'omega 3 oil horse'.
    Anyone familiar with this oil?

    I take it, it's considered safe. I had never heard of this.
    ...
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    Totally LOVE them. I bought both the larger &...

    Totally LOVE them.
    I bought both the larger & smaller size. The large one is good for hindquarters and flanks, perhaps even shoulders & belly, but you really need the smaller one for most of the...
  21. It's $60.00 for only 10 sachets. I'm using it 6...

    It's $60.00 for only 10 sachets. I'm using it 6 days out of 7, so on a monthly basis it all adds up again. But if you can do half sachets, which imo you really can, then it's not too bad.
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    Yes, love it. I'd never pay the price for Adequan...

    Yes, love it. I'd never pay the price for Adequan again, it works as good in my experience.
  23. I'd say it helps somewhat. Using this on a highly...

    I'd say it helps somewhat. Using this on a highly spooky horse and whilst it hasn't totally stopped the spooking he settles quickly after a spook.
    Using this combination with oral sups however, but...
  24. Yes, it really seems to work for me, but I'm not...

    Yes, it really seems to work for me, but I'm not totally sure about it being right for the horse.
    I get nervous when the tree is not very adjustable, he tends to swing back and forward between a N/M...
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    Vet practices that have an internal medicine...

    Vet practices that have an internal medicine specialist are at present able to supply the vaccine.
    Yes, :(, pricey, $2,500 for initial series, followed by $2,4k each following year if you opt for 3...
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