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    cough

    I have the same problem. Started last March. Did blood work and vet put her on trihist.....she had a horrible reaction. We ended up putting her on generic Zyrtec. I am having her scoped next week...
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    Interesting....I use the maintenance joint...

    Interesting....I use the maintenance joint supplement as well. Hope someone has some ino.
  3. I have to start giving my girl 10 Zyrtec a day...

    I have to start giving my girl 10 Zyrtec a day and have been wondering how to administer it without too much hassle? Any other suggestions? I order the medication but haven't received it yet so I'm...
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    Called the vet again this morning and got to...

    Called the vet again this morning and got to speak to my usual guy (the one who came out initially usually doesn't cover this area). Went over everything with him and he believes she has reactive...
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    No, blood work showed no allergies and her...

    No, blood work showed no allergies and her breathing is great. Just a dry cough. Rode in the heat today and she wasn't even winded.
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    Persistent ough

    I'll try o keep this as short as possible. My trainer had a viral thing go thru her barn and of course my mare ended up with it as well. Coughing cold like symptoms. Took about three weeks but...
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    Too funny...thanks everyone. Where do most of...

    Too funny...thanks everyone. Where do most of you purchase the Tad Coffin Buff?
  8. Thread: Headshaking

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    I took my girl to be evaluated by a big...

    I took my girl to be evaluated by a big veterinary clinic. They had several specialists available. I thought we would try chiropractic and possible acupuncture but when he examined her he thought...
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    cleaning Tad Coffin

    I have went to the Tad Coffin website, did an online search and can't seem to find what they recommend for cleaning/conditioning. Does anyone have any recommendations? I love my saddle and want it...
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    I was so interested to read this as my perch/tb...

    I was so interested to read this as my perch/tb cross does the same thing. She isn't as big as your guy @ 15.3 but she is thick and strong. When she decides she doesn't want to go somewhere turning...
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    You know, I really don't know what to say as to...

    You know, I really don't know what to say as to be honest it has killed me to let her even start down this road. I had my old pony (who I owned for almost 30 years) spook really bad when I first...
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    Unfortunately no. My only option is to resell if...

    Unfortunately no. My only option is to resell if it doesn't work. The little saddle she is riding in now is practically falling apart but it serves it's purpose till I can find another. She is...
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    First, thanks so much for all the great...

    First, thanks so much for all the great responses. I am watching a Stubben Rex and wanted to ask why this saddle doesn't have stirrup leather keepers? What to do you do with the excess leather? ...
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    First may I say, he is quite an attractive boy! ...

    First may I say, he is quite an attractive boy!

    I will probably be barbecued for this but I love Clinton Anderson's groundwork and it is fun (yes, my horses enjoy it too) to do. I have used it...
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    saddle for young daughter

    My 8 year old daughter just got her first pony (a cute POA :)) and we are currently using an old children's english saddle that I bought used several years ago. I would like to get her one that is...
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    I am on my second year and really notice a...

    I am on my second year and really notice a difference. I forget how bad flies are here in Virginia till I go to another barn. Just picked up a new pony for my daughter and he is temporarily staying...
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    Thanks everyone for your input. I have been back...

    Thanks everyone for your input. I have been back and forth about concrete in the center aisle but keep coming back to it. I like it for a lot of reasons and plan to put a rubber mat down the center...
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    stall flooring and barn aisle

    We are almost to the point where we will be doing the flooring for both our stalls and barn aisle. I am pretty sure we are going with brushed concrete in the center aisle with matting in the center....
  19. Thread: New Barn

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    Thanks! I have googled some stuff on...

    Thanks! I have googled some stuff on barns/stalls. So far nothing too creative. I did think of having a drop down section on the door so my girls can stick their heads out. They seem to like to...
  20. Thread: New Barn

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    New Barn

    I am so excited to finally (after 8 years of waiting!) being in the process of building our new barn. After two week of suffering thru the terrible heat and tons of concrete that we had to remove...
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    I have a perch/TB cross. I started her at 10...

    I have a perch/TB cross. I started her at 10 months on Safe Choice but have since switched her to TC Senior. She is a VERY easy keeper so I barely give her a handful twice a day. For that reason I...
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    I have used CA methods for years with much...

    I have used CA methods for years with much success. Primarily the desensitizing which makes a horse both trust you and be somewhat bomb proof. I also appreciate the respect when being led and the...
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    nasal strips and head shaking

    I have noticed that a majority of competitive (eventing and racing mainly) horses have been wearing these nasal strips. Has anyone heard if they would benefit a head shaker? It would be great if...
  24. Thread: barn opinion

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    Wow, what an incredible barn. I think we are...

    Wow, what an incredible barn. I think we are going to go with a pole barn...Neither my husband or myself has any idea how to nail two boards together so we think that is best. I love your barn!!
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    Thanks! That is encouraging. We would put it up...

    Thanks! That is encouraging. We would put it up ourselves (salesman promised me is was easy..we'll see). I just don't think it is as attractive as a wood building but it has grown on me,...
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