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  1. Thank you all for the replies :), very helpful,...

    Thank you all for the replies :), very helpful, keep them coming.

    Desert Topaz, I am so sorry to read your story, no words when I saw the pictures :(.


    Okay, that helps in considering what I...
  2. Small melanoma in young horse. Please share stories.

    Would those of you with young grey horses and melanoma, please share your story (or horses you know of but don't own).
    - what age was it first noticed
    - location & size
    - what did the vet suggest...
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    Itchy horse owner here too. Besides seeing a...

    Itchy horse owner here too.
    Besides seeing a horse in pain, there's nothing more frustrating than seeing your horse being incredibly itchy.
    This summer I just put him on the generic Zyrtec...
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    Agreed, they exclude easily and cover less &...

    Agreed, they exclude easily and cover less & less. :(
    It's becoming less attractive to insure.
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    Thanks, yes, I will shop around, the numbers just...

    Thanks, yes, I will shop around, the numbers just don't make sense like this.

    It's Hallmark Equine, underwritten by AEIG, American Equine Insurance Group.
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    Major medical insurance policy question.

    I wanted to check if this is the standard with most insurance companies nowadays.
    I just received my renewal policy and it stated some changes.

    I have $15k annual in major medical, but it now...
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    It's also important to make a difference between...

    It's also important to make a difference between DSLD (aka ESPA) and 'suspensory ligament desmopathy', latter looks the same but is not DSLD, could just be a diseased overstretched ligament due to...
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    This video might also be helpful to watch. Sort...

    This video might also be helpful to watch.
    Sort of your starting point for each ride before getting the horse more up :).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R7bx0fiJcI
  9. I have one horse with a melanoma that appeared...

    I have one horse with a melanoma that appeared actually whilst on DMG :(. I started feeding DMG just over a year ago and a few weeks back I suddenly have this tiny shiny round pea sized lump under...
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    I've been using it for several months on a horse...

    I've been using it for several months on a horse with DSLD to give some additional support to those fetlocks, it does seem to help him.
    The biggest problem is the adhesive, but since the horse is...
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    I have a chronic summer tail rubber here too. His...

    I have a chronic summer tail rubber here too. His tail is covered by a long flap, so I'm on the fence this really being midge-related. Some years he's worse than others, he also tends to itch over...
  12. Oh, is Deltawave not posting on COTH anymore :(....

    Oh, is Deltawave not posting on COTH anymore :(. Granted I've been away for a while too, re-appearing now :).

    Agreed everyone, I'm rather unsure about this. I'll likely be a sucker and buy a...
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    This is something I struggled with for years with...

    This is something I struggled with for years with my now retired oldie. He was an ex-foxhunter and we just did some low level stuff.
    He picked up a canter from the inside leg, which made it...
  14. Fly-Bye Horse Spray.... works on molecular level?!??

    http://www.guaranteedhorseproducts.com/flybye.htm

    Anyone tried this, all sounds so 'too-good-to-be-working' to me. Users, thoughts? Thanks.

    "Fly-Bye! is a totally unique spray that combats...
  15. Did it once. Has to be done with X-rays at the...

    Did it once.
    Has to be done with X-rays at the same time of injecting, so vet can see that needle is in the right place.
    Make sure horse is *well* sedated, my guy wasn't sedated sufficiently,...
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    I dont' see why it would be harmful for horses,...

    I dont' see why it would be harmful for horses, if you feel better about a horse-specific supplement with those ingredients (minus tryptophan), you could try Uckele's Seroquine, also contains...
  17. 1. What condition was gabapentin prescribed for?...

    1. What condition was gabapentin prescribed for?
    Generalized hindend pain at that time, because back then we didn't have any evidence of the DSLD he developed later, but likely was already the cause...
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    Okay, thank you :)

    Okay, thank you :)
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    Buying a single vaccine question

    To those who buy & do their own vaccines from singles, how do you handle the below? :(

    I need to buy a single vaccine for one of mine, because I wish to use a different brand on him vs my other...
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    Interesting article on this very subject :...

    Interesting article on this very subject : Animals and the right to die.

    http://www.bedlamfarm.com/2014/05/20/animals-and-the-right-to-die/


    Ethically seen, it's such a difficult subject, on...
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    I know of many horses for which this not to be...

    I know of many horses for which this not to be the case, some that really need the sheltered/protected life.
    It may seem that this would be a horse's dream world, but it isn't for all.
    Summer often...
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    Dr Kellon wrote an article about it and you'd...

    Dr Kellon wrote an article about it and you'd likely have to feed several ounces of turmeric to see a difference.
    That being said there's a FB group, mostly UK posters, that have success at 2 TBSP...
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    We have thought of this, but he has become such...

    We have thought of this, but he has become such an easily frightened horse, I couldn't teach him to lay down on command. It's possible he realizes he's rather debilitated and thereby is more easily...
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    You are right, one couldn't get a flat...

    You are right, one couldn't get a flat frogsupport pad against a foot like this, it would create too much pressure. Fwiw and it may help someone in a similar scenario, he was at his best when we put...
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    Thank you Mozart for your kind words, yes it's a...

    Thank you Mozart for your kind words, yes it's a very valid concern, both the farriers I work with have reminded me of that too.
    I am careful and realize I will have to put myself first one day.
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