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    I am a SP to two teens. I have no kids of my...

    I am a SP to two teens. I have no kids of my own. I do not have Aspergers. But I do have a history of living alone and on my own terms and moving in with my step kids was challenging. Not because...
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    I guess I have a slightly different view. If...

    I guess I have a slightly different view.

    If you make an accusation that cannot be proven but affects this person's ability to earn a living, you could be held accountable for libel or slander...
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    Honestly, it seems like it would be best to go...

    Honestly, it seems like it would be best to go through your insurance. They can investigate and advocate. Sounds to me like the body shop is looking to make a quick dime.
  4. If you can prove that you were using the HW...

    If you can prove that you were using the HW preventative, most companies have a guarantee.

    A 1k bill on an 8.5 YO dog? Boy you just don't want to talk to me. I spent 12k on the last surgery a...
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    Totally. I remember the exact day as a kid...

    Totally.

    I remember the exact day as a kid when I decided I WAS GOING TO VET SCHOOL. And this was well after I played "worm vet" after a rainy day. This was after another horse emergency. It...
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    Well, I really like my new vet clinic and I guess...

    Well, I really like my new vet clinic and I guess I'll just be hanging out w/ them a lot more now, eh? LOL. Just got back from the farm I manage to have vet look at a horse. Been emailing about my...
  7. Yeah, we're looking to put the lavage in...

    Yeah, we're looking to put the lavage in tomorrow, vet didn't have a kit on the truck tonight. Will look at the slides tonight/tomorrow but good gravy. What a PITA. I'm afraid this might not go...
  8. Fungal eye infection/uveitis in Cushingoid senior horse (not mine)

    Just got back from meeting w/ vet for a horse that lives on the farm I manage.

    A week ago last Thurs, his R eye was swollen w/ discharge at morning feeding. Called vet, stained eye, minor pin...
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    I have to say that from a veterinary perspective,...

    I have to say that from a veterinary perspective, the majority of dogs I've seen that were on supposed "raw diet" were not getting the nutrients they needed. Unless you're willing to invest some...
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    I listened to the piece on NPR about that this...

    I listened to the piece on NPR about that this morning. I think it's quite nice.

    Personally, I'm a huge fan of Deborah Butterfield's horses. I love the one that's at Meijer Gardens in Grand...
  11. When it comes to senior feeds, I'm a fan of...

    When it comes to senior feeds, I'm a fan of Triple Crown Sr (especially for NSC) or Nutrena. I don't particularly like Purina because the product consistency wasn't so hot in the past given that...
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    Awesome update!

    Awesome update!
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    It seems like this has progressed kind of...

    It seems like this has progressed kind of quickly. When my landlady came over yesterday, he got excited and ended up regurgitating his food. Took him awhile to settle down. Didn't get cyanotic,...
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    Has she actually had UA's done? Were there...

    Has she actually had UA's done? Were there crystals or just bacteria?
  15. You may be getting directed to a server that is...

    You may be getting directed to a server that is undergoing maintenance. I don't use yahoo for various reasons so can't test it out.
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    I've followed quite a few convos about this topic...

    I've followed quite a few convos about this topic on our foreign service FB page. For important docs, it seems best to scan and store in the cloud and then keep them in a fireproof safe.

    When it...
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    You've gotten great advice already so just...

    You've gotten great advice already so just sending some jingles.
  18. The cast iron is obviously fine, but yeah, trash...

    The cast iron is obviously fine, but yeah, trash the other. And there's no reason you can't store stuff in the oven. You just need to be in the habit of always checking.

    I always check. At my...
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    Thanks. I was DX'd prior to our DOS eval and am...

    Thanks. I was DX'd prior to our DOS eval and am still cleared for world wide assignment. (I was shocked) Anyway, I will check into those but I really think it's blowing it out of proportion. I...
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    If I'm road tripping, I try to look in small...

    If I'm road tripping, I try to look in small towns for the place that is packed. That's my road trip fave.

    Some place that all the locals go.

    When that's not avail, I tend to gravitate to...
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    Not sure if this will help...but it's a COTH...

    Not sure if this will help...but it's a COTH thing....

    http://www.specialhorses.org/this-it-be-right/
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    Parethesia...lupus?

    I was DX'd with discoid lupus (via biopsy) and SLE (via symptoms) a few years ago. It's largely been under control with good diet, exercise and sleep for the last year and a half since I was last...
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    Have not read any responses. Simple answer? ...

    Have not read any responses.

    Simple answer? It depends.

    I walked into a situation managing a farm where all of the horses were getting nearly 10lbs of SWEET FEED per day and every damned one...
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    My experience with choke is limited to horses...

    My experience with choke is limited to horses with poor dentition so take this with a grain of salt....

    That said, my understanding is that the incidence of choke is increased post a choke...
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    Does she have crystals in her urine that are...

    Does she have crystals in her urine that are causing these UTI's? A lot of these things can be diet related. Or it can be related to other disease processes. What kind of workup have you done thus...
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