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  1. I'm always fascinated how sales reps think they...

    I'm always fascinated how sales reps think they can be sneaky on forums and not disclose the fact that they're with the company - just pushing product they sell.....
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  2. So glad to hear Annie's doing better - sending...

    So glad to hear Annie's doing better - sending good Dobie vibes for continued recovery!
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    The swelling will go away with time once the...

    The swelling will go away with time once the lymphatic system adjusts to the not being wrapped, but it takes some time and has to be done slowly. If you do it over the course of 2 weeks you'll...
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    Yes, I think we all know that the low thyroid...

    Yes, I think we all know that the low thyroid levels are from the IR. But, even in IR horses managed as well as possible the thyroid levels are still usually low. The ship has sailed at that point,...
  5. http://www.glcdirect.com/product/actistatin-large-...

    http://www.glcdirect.com/product/actistatin-large-dog-soft-chews-120-count/

    This has worked for all 3 dogs I've tried it on so far. One with very progressive age arthritis and neuro issues and...
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    I'm confused. Are you giving TABLEspoons or...

    I'm confused. Are you giving TABLEspoons or TEAspoons? The scoop that comes with Thyro-L is a teaspoon measure not tablespoon.

    1 or even 2 teaspoons is not really a ton. I've seen horses be...
  7. Generalize much? After using private practice...

    Generalize much?

    After using private practice vets for many years, I only use our local VCA - which has a general practice along with 24 hour ER and all of the specialties for referrals from other...
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    2nd this! I cannot believe a vet would have...

    2nd this!

    I cannot believe a vet would have you continue to ride a horse that by their own suggestion "he had limited control/feeling of the left hind leg from the hock down, and probably some...
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    If he IS severely IR, then his thyroid is...

    If he IS severely IR, then his thyroid is probably shot, and since he's so obese - I'd really have a discussion with your vet about putting him on Thyro-L. He needs to loose a lot of weight and the...
  10. My vet advised waiting at least 2 weeks when...

    My vet advised waiting at least 2 weeks when lowering the dose to retest T3 & T4 levels. 5 is a lot. But if he needed to drop more than 150# I can see why the vet felt he needed quick results. ...
  11. Most likely - if you disclose this to them (which...

    Most likely - if you disclose this to them (which you're legally required to do), they will exclude that leg or hoof for major medical payments.

    So they would not pay for diagnostics or...
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    I only have experience with the Bucas - the...

    I only have experience with the Bucas - the Freedom is one of their more economical lines and only 600D. That said, I still think it's a great blanket for the price.

    But I would be a little...
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    They do ship to Canada - ...

    They do ship to Canada -

    http://www.scahealth.com/shipping-information/
  14. Same here - they are given Bordatella, DHPP,...

    Same here - they are given Bordatella, DHPP, topical flea medication and wormer on intake. When/if adopted - spay/neuter, Rabies & chipped.
  15. Don't know how often, but did have a...

    Don't know how often, but did have a dissolve-able suture reaction in one of mine after a mass removal on her leg. Although it was a little over a month after surgery that we noticed the issue.
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    Reality check - Either spend the money on...

    Reality check - Either spend the money on diagnostics to find out what is really wrong or PTS. He looks miserable and lame enough that he should not be working.

    He doesn't look safe under...
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    Did they do any bloodwork or recommend...

    Did they do any bloodwork or recommend medications?
  18. Just an update - She's been on the Senilife...

    Just an update -

    She's been on the Senilife for 2 weeks now. Only have had 1 incident of morning pacing since starting - so it definitely seems to be making a difference for her!

    Happy it...
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    First thing I'd try is cutting out alfalfa. Do...

    First thing I'd try is cutting out alfalfa. Do Orchard only for a few weeks and see if there's a difference. If that doesn't do anything, then I'd try a very basic and cheaper digestive aid like...
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    Ditto Larkspurs post - the pentoxifylline and a...

    Ditto Larkspurs post - the pentoxifylline and a topical steroid spray called Genesis was made the difference for my horse.

    I don't know if you can get these easily in Norway, but these two...
  21. Horsegal - Cognitive problems definitely makes...

    Horsegal - Cognitive problems definitely makes sense! Reminds me of old people who sit in their chair in the dark wide awake just acting nervous/paranoid. I'm going to order the Senilife and see if...
  22. Neurologic dog becoming more restless at night UPDATE post 10

    My eldest Doberman has started to become more restless at night - usually around 1 or 2 in the morning. Not vocal at all, but pacing and ends up pooping when let outside. I know it can be common...
  23. http://www.purinamills.com/purinamills/media/PDF/H...

    http://www.purinamills.com/purinamills/media/PDF/Horses/Products/Ultium-Competition-Sell-Sheet-2015.pdf?ext=.pdf

    Here's the GA and the ingredients. It's always been on their website.....

    This...
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    Love the Perri's collars for a really nice,...

    Love the Perri's collars for a really nice, supple padded leather and under $30! Comes in great colors too!
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  25. CT and eventually MRI (when they start becoming...

    CT and eventually MRI (when they start becoming available to do head & necks) will definitely help with giving owners the cause of their horses neuro problems - but even with doing all of the...
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