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  1. Charles Owen makes a velvet helmet that comes in...

    Charles Owen makes a velvet helmet that comes in several colors. It's called the Hampton. http://www.charlesowen.co.uk/gb/products/hampton

    Most places only carry the black but it is available, I...
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    They do make a half ton diesel! It's brand new so...

    They do make a half ton diesel! It's brand new so I can't say much about it but ram now has an Eco diesel in their 1500 line.
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    Acana had several varities, probably orijin too....

    Acana had several varities, probably orijin too. On the cheaper end of the scale whole earth farms make a poultry and grain free food.
  4. Schutzhund and IPO are the same exact thing. They...

    Schutzhund and IPO are the same exact thing. They changed the name a few years ago so I think the only one here who doesn't know what their talking about is you. An IPO I is required for breeding,...
  5. Adequan has worked miracles on my arthritic...

    Adequan has worked miracles on my arthritic doberman. We did the loading dose and then once a month shots. I can tell if I have skipped a months dose
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    Have you used the coconut oil topically or just...

    Have you used the coconut oil topically or just put it in his food? Have you seen a specialist or dermatologist? It might help to see someone who looks for zebras when they hear hoofbeats.
  7. No doberman I know is low energy. You could try...

    No doberman I know is low energy. You could try an adult who's been fostered and they know their personality, but pretty much need decent exercise before they are content to laze around. If a Weim is...
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    Thats the way it always happens isnt it? Too bad...

    Thats the way it always happens isnt it? Too bad you have to skip the trial, but the good news is there are always plenty more! And, at least its your hip and not the dog's! Much easier when the...
  9. Re: Changes, he didn't specify but I'm assuming...

    Re: Changes, he didn't specify but I'm assuming he meant arthritic changes. He didn't mention any other horses with this exact injury but he was talking about how current theories about windpuffs...
  10. Small tear to proximal straight sesamoidean ligament

    So my 13 soon to be 14 year old TB gelding was diagnosed with a small tear of his right hind proximal straight sesamoidean ligament and 'changes' to the sesamoid. Prescribed rest, very limited forced...
  11. Thread: The Nerve!

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    Oh man I'd have gone totally nutty over that....

    Oh man I'd have gone totally nutty over that. Good for you for not even employing four letter words! I don't think I could have managed that.
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    Where in ohio are you located?

    Where in ohio are you located?
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    I would imagine the dogs were strays and they...

    I would imagine the dogs were strays and they just found each other. Most of the homeless pets I see are also usually in good weight, one clearly needed vet care for a skin issue. I couldn't help...
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    I have it and I like it quite a bit. It's less of...

    I have it and I like it quite a bit. It's less of a how-to and more of an introduction to a philosophy of dog training. I also have the Focused Puppy by Deb Jones (who co-wrote Dog Sports Skills) and...
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    I've tried and I just don't know if there's a...

    I've tried and I just don't know if there's a good solution. I've used the granite gear mush and endurance boots on my decidedly wimpy dobes. I think they help if they stay on. My problem hasn't been...
  16. What about one of those donut collars? Even if it...

    What about one of those donut collars? Even if it won't work alone it might keep the plastic cone pushed up high enough to work if you put them both on. Where is he bothering?
  17. Poor baby. Lots of jingles from Ohio

    Poor baby. Lots of jingles from Ohio
  18. I wish I had any ideas. Hopefully Houndhill will...

    I wish I had any ideas. Hopefully Houndhill will chime in or GraceLikeRain?

    A little off the wall but what about asking on the breeding forum? Surely they have stallion contracts which would at...
  19. Good Luck! Despite the fact that dog people are...

    Good Luck! Despite the fact that dog people are way crazier than horse people, I've really enjoyed showing my dogs (dobes in obedience). I have one that will climb anything though so we may venture...
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    Pretty sure that's not the point. The only...

    Pretty sure that's not the point.

    The only positive change I see is that they took out that silly dog-leg entrance on BN A. Otherwise it sure doesn't look any different.
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    Call the department of natural resources? Or a...

    Call the department of natural resources? Or a wildlife rehab center?
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    Anything that will really keep him warm will be...

    Anything that will really keep him warm will be $$ to $$$

    I just ordered a Hurtta winter jacket. Definitely comes big enough for him (I have dobies) and I like the way it tucks up under their...
  23. Other ideas http://leerburg.com/1446.htm ...

    Other ideas

    http://leerburg.com/1446.htm

    http://leerburg.com/1364.htm

    probably the closest to what you're looking for

    http://leerburg.com/1537.htm
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    I would have your vet run a fecal test. My little...

    I would have your vet run a fecal test. My little female has a bout of diarrhea about every two months. It has so far always been a bacterial overgrowth. No idea what causes it, most likely culprit...
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    I don't know a darn thing about driving horses,...

    I don't know a darn thing about driving horses, but I urge you to be careful and vigilant of his legs as you put him into "work". I followed the saga of a mare who injured both back suspensories and...
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