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    In the final analysis, does it matter whether it...

    In the final analysis, does it matter whether it is alcohol or uncontrolled diabetes mellitus which is causing a problem in terms of coherency, fine motor skills, or cognitive ability?

    If someone...
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    Contact the state board of registration.

    Contact the state board of registration.
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    I'd be thinking about antibiotic prophylaxis for...

    I'd be thinking about antibiotic prophylaxis for aspiration pneumonia, although those typically develop pretty quickly.

    I would, at the very least, be monitoring temp, though NSAIDs will have an...
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    H/J instructors: question on school horses

    What are your thoughts on the workload of school horses?
    How many hours/lessons in a day are appropriate?
    In a week?

    I imagine it will vary somewhat based on the level of work being...
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    Not in school and not working--not an option....

    Not in school and not working--not an option.
    She gets a job and pays rent or moves in with whomever she's buying boots for.

    And the kid you loaned the car to violated your trust, so take it...
  6. Clip, warm compresses with betadine or nolvasan...

    Clip, warm compresses with betadine or nolvasan laced water.
    As said above, likely to abscess.
    Antibiotics would be good.

    Also as said, DO NOT put tea tree oil on a cat.

    Pray that the...
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    Yay for MK!

    Yay for MK!
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    I'd be curious to know if any of these CDV...

    I'd be curious to know if any of these CDV survivors end up with "old dog encephalitis" down the road.
    Hyperimmune serum would quite likely be of benefit in an acute case.

    Dogs which make it...
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    I'm saying that the idea that an animal as sick...

    I'm saying that the idea that an animal as sick as the one described by the OP could be easily treated at home with $200 worth of supplies is tripe.

    And anyone treating a parvo dog in clinic for...
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    I might go further than a skin scraping and...

    I might go further than a skin scraping and consider a biopsy. And send it to a dermatohistopathologist.
  11. Chicken soup.

    Chicken soup.
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    I met a nice one once.

    I met a nice one once.
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    That's the biggest load of tripe I've seen in...

    That's the biggest load of tripe I've seen in these parts recently.
  14. the corpus hemorrhagicum is the precursor to the...

    the corpus hemorrhagicum is the precursor to the corpus lutem.

    ovulation-->CH-->CL-->pregnancy or regression of the CL
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    Um, where you said "suboptimal" there, I think...

    Um, where you said "suboptimal" there, I think the word you were looking for was "wrong".
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    From an article in a veterinary reference...

    From an article in a veterinary reference authored by a noted equine orthopod.
    With citations.
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    Glucosamine is poorly bioavailable in the orse...

    Glucosamine is poorly bioavailable in the orse with oral administration.
    Low molecular weight chondroitin is better absorbed.
    There is some decent data for ASU being of benefit, as well as oral...
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    Write some inexpensive equine ration balancing...

    Write some inexpensive equine ration balancing software!
  19. Would you please tell my nutrition students that...

    Would you please tell my nutrition students that ? :D
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    MY first thought upon reading the thread...

    MY first thought upon reading the thread title...:D
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    Mares don't typically have canines. I'd leave...

    Mares don't typically have canines.
    I'd leave well enough alone.
    Cutting into the tissue is potentially going to end in an infection.
    If they are indeed present, it isn't gingival tissue...
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    Using some rough estimates at hand, I'd...

    Using some rough estimates at hand, I'd guesstimate 3.7-6 grams lysine /pound, depending on the stage of growth at harvest and quality of the crop.
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    Google "halter snap". Lots of sources.

    Google "halter snap".
    Lots of sources.
  24. Tailhair under your crupper?

    Tailhair under your crupper?
  25. Would you grant an exception to a horse with a...

    Would you grant an exception to a horse with a history of having had strangles?
    Because I would *not* recommend vaccinating a horse with decent immunity--it seriously increases the chance of an...
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