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    Dates stuffed with goat cheese.

    Dates stuffed with goat cheese.
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    Have you considered having her scanned? I know...

    Have you considered having her scanned? I know it's expensive but at the end of the day that my pinpoint any physical issue now. You can spend thousands "in the field" trying to figure it out.
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    Agree with you about Venice.

    Agree with you about Venice.
  4. The "Raw Diet" became quite the fad for dogs...

    The "Raw Diet" became quite the fad for dogs about 15 years ago. Would be curious to see the long term results of that diet.

    That said, I feed my dogs a no grain, organic high protein feed...
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    A lot of vets (in the field) may try to save a...

    A lot of vets (in the field) may try to save a client a dime, as so many horse owners complain about prices of vet care. Not saying your vet is bad at all, but it's important to let a vet know that...
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    I lived in Sicily for 3 years as a young girl and...

    I lived in Sicily for 3 years as a young girl and was able to travel extensively.

    Florence is still my favorite city..:yes: Enjoy!
  7. And I was thinking about moving my entire...

    And I was thinking about moving my entire farm/operation to Tx to be closer to my sis who isn't well. I thought about it a few years ago, then there was something like this.

    With a repeat like...
  8. My vet has visiting bears and rigged up something...

    My vet has visiting bears and rigged up something like this. The bear figured out how to use it. Clever.
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    Ditto, Viney. It's mighty confusing. I...

    Ditto, Viney. It's mighty confusing.

    I think you pose a really good question for the LBGT people on this forum, who may want to speak up and help us understand this.

    Should come "straight...
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    Yes, this is comforting. My beloved stallion,...

    Yes, this is comforting. My beloved stallion, Boleem, rocked back and flipped over right after the first of the two injections (he was already sedated, prior). I could see the life go out of his...
  11. That's how it started in my horse as well. ...

    That's how it started in my horse as well. That's why I replied to you. I thought it was just a quirk...but it was the beginning of COPD. She never had hives or anything like that. COPD is...
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    FWIW, I had a broodmare that could not eat a...

    FWIW, I had a broodmare that could not eat a bite of alfalfa or she'd gas colic.

    Have you tried a straight grass hay?
  13. Not necessarily. My mares symptoms did not start...

    Not necessarily. My mares symptoms did not start progressing immediately. It was little by little as she hit her later teens.

    Actually she tended to have more trouble in the Fall than the...
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    When I was younger, not so obedient, unless it...

    When I was younger, not so obedient, unless it was something life threatening.

    As I've gotten older and have found doctors that I've used for years, know me and my horsewoman/farm owner lifestyle...
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    Yes, this. It is possible also that the horse...

    Yes, this. It is possible also that the horse may have adhesions from a prior surgery or even an umbilical hernia surgery as a foal, that can cause this. Has the horse has a colic surgery in the...
  16. It's REALLY not a "ha ha" thing at all. Heaves...

    It's REALLY not a "ha ha" thing at all. Heaves (COPD), the equivalent of emphysema in humans is not laughing matter and is progressive.

    That's exactly how my mare started out (coughing it out at...
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    Have you been observing your trainer yourself --...

    Have you been observing your trainer yourself -- been hands on during the process? Have you changed her diet?

    Just curious.
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    Yes, ice, ice, ice is so helpful. You can do...

    Yes, ice, ice, ice is so helpful.

    You can do quad strengthening exercises without having to bend your knee...even in bed. Just flexing it repetitively is one. Also, keeping your knee straight...
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    Yep. So was my younger sister (18 mos. younger...

    Yep. So was my younger sister (18 mos. younger than me). She showed up with bad pap smears when she was 17 (back in the early 70's). She had a cervical "freeze" and no problems after. She's now...
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    I don't know the contents of the supplements...

    I don't know the contents of the supplements mentioned, but the only thing I personally witnessed with a friends "easily excitable" TB gelding was Thiamine (B1) supplementation. Put him on...
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    This. I HATE to hear about handlers punishing a...

    This. I HATE to hear about handlers punishing a stallion for dropping by going for the penis...this is what you wind up with. Frustration to the point of self-mutilating.

    I'd try this or...
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    No..different horse. Hanoverian. :)

    No..different horse. Hanoverian. :)
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    They are not open ledge nesters, so I doubt that...

    They are not open ledge nesters, so I doubt that would work.

    Do the owners know how wonderful they are for keeping flying insects (including mosquito populations that spread disease to people and...
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    I didn't realize there was a difference, but I...

    I didn't realize there was a difference, but I would think they would be one in the same, considering an arthroscope would be needed for the procedure. I had to have lots of loose meniscus and a...
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    I had the same surgery you did in early February....

    I had the same surgery you did in early February. I'm just ready now to get back in the saddle. That said, it's not completely recovered yet...still hurts when I try to lock my knee and still have...
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