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  1. sascha

    i found the post regarding slippery pour in pads. it was someone here on COTH that posted about this experience. and as it turns it was in the snow. i don't know if it was the application or the...
  2. you don't find them slippery? i read somewhere...

    you don't find them slippery?
    i read somewhere that one of the vetttec products (can't remember which one) can be slippery. it wasn't in connection with snow but it gave me pause.
  3. we have borium all around my farrier is not a...

    we have borium all around
    my farrier is not a fan of bubble pads. the pads she has on now are full snow pads. i thought they'd work better than rim pads. maybe i should try them. interesting to...
  4. in search of a miracle cure for snowballing under shoes

    she has full pads under shoes but when the conditions are just right i find her teeter tottering on giant snowballs.

    it's 2015. i'd think by now someone would have found a solution. anyone?
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    to clarify, Dr. Lackey is a vet and an equine...

    to clarify, Dr. Lackey is a vet and an equine chiropractor. i don't know if she is an osteopath.
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    Cathy Lackey, DVM. She's in Jackson area. I...

    Cathy Lackey, DVM. She's in Jackson area. I think she's still in business.
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    i know they recommend urea type products for use...

    i know they recommend urea type products for use on cement sidewalks and steps b/c it's not as damaging and does not penetrate the cement the way salt or sodium chloride does and does not react with...
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    holy cow, i just read your guy's fetlock is...

    holy cow, i just read your guy's fetlock is really dropped. my mare's injury was in the suspensory branches but her fetlock was not compromised like that as a result of the initial trauma (they have...
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    it's a dirt turnout so no worry about vegetation...

    it's a dirt turnout so no worry about vegetation but it's not a tiny area and it is covered with a layer of snow, covered with ice, covered with frozen icy manure, covered with more ice. at this...
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    TBFAN, it was around $1000. had it done at a...

    TBFAN,

    it was around $1000. had it done at a clinic by a lameness vet. what they do is (as i understand it) put little slices in the tendon and then inject the plasma in there. she came home the...
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    has your vet recommended PRP or stem cell? i...

    has your vet recommended PRP or stem cell? i opted for PRP with tendon slicing on my mare's hind suspensory injury and it made a HUGE difference in her recovery (i had something to compare to since...
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    animal safe ice melt in turnout?

    this winter weather of various incarnations of ice is giving me an ulcer. has anyone used any of those animal safe ice melt products in a turnout (this is not a pasture just a dirt turnout)? is it...
  13. thanks everyone! i never even considered an...

    thanks everyone!
    i never even considered an amigo. thought they'd be lesser quality. i'll have to give them a second look.
  14. thank you! i have a lite from few years ago as...

    thank you!
    i have a lite from few years ago as well and (knock on wood) haven't had any issues. i came across all those negative reviews AFTER i bought that turnout so it was too late to change my...
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    heartwarming to see all these seniors out there...

    heartwarming to see all these seniors out there doing well. my mare just turned 25 years old (no papers but best estimate). if not for her bilateral hind suspensory issues and some eyesight issues...
  16. anyone buy rhino turnout recently? has the quality of improved?

    i recall reading a lot of reviews in the last few years about questionable quality of the rhino turnouts.
    i'm in the market for a medium weight and would love to save $100 by buying rhino instead...
  17. thanks all! vet said greasy ointment and no...

    thanks all! vet said greasy ointment and no wrapping anymore. of course temps went up so the issue is moot at least until tonight ;)
  18. yea, she's in NJ, our windchill last night was in...

    yea, she's in NJ, our windchill last night was in single digits. i'll keep it wrapped. vet wants to see a photo.
  19. missing hair on leg -- do i need to be concerned about potential frostbite?

    my mare had a cut on her front leg. it was actually a series of small cuts. it's almost healed now but the hair in that area came out leaving the skin fully exposed. so i'm looking at this "new"...
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    so endurance riders are horse starving cheaters? ...

    so endurance riders are horse starving cheaters?

    ok then...
  21. scruffy the cat

    you're right about the soybeans. i know the purina makes hydrolyzed protein food based on veggie protein. wish they'd put it into a form that the dogs can chew for a while.
  22. my dog is allergic to peanut butter (we didnt'...

    my dog is allergic to peanut butter (we didnt' test, we just watched her scratch ferociously after ingesting it on multiple occasions).

    she's on a rabbit/potato diet whcih is why i mentioned...
  23. anyone know of hypoallergenic chews for dogs?

    she's on a restricted hypoallergenic diet. we give her Purina hypoallergenic treats but i would like to be able to occasionally give her something to chew on.

    anyone find any hypoallergenic...
  24. just found something that may be helpful and...

    just found something that may be helpful and explain what hte vet meant:

    "...the term "macula" which has another meaning in veterinary opthamology: "a corneal opacity".
  25. hoping...

    but for what it's worth, i think that loss of sight in an aging horses is not that unusual. my 24 year old mare has had some eyesight loss. it's obvious that it takes her eyes longer to adjust coming...
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