Type: Posts; User: Ghazzu
This is across the board, and not just on a state-by-state basis?
That's a new one on me--got a link with information?
It won't prevent gas colic.
And a horse travelling long-distance may become a bit dehydrated, so I'd be cautious w/ the NSAIDs.
It's also zoonotic...
What is needed is development of better paintball technology to splatter the lenses.
It does happen, albeit rarely. Was more common with an earlier phenothiazine-derived tranquilizer,and is likely somewhat dose-dependent, but my feeling is that, if there are other options, why risk...
Regulations are similar in most states.
From the Pennsylvania regulations (bolding mine)
§ 25.93. Labeling—drug code number.The label on a dispensed drug container shall include the name of the drug, using abbreviations ifnecessary, the...
Horse has been at present location for a year. Has not been seen by a DVM for this issue during that time.
actually by an agent for the owner, and, if OP is correct, a mdeication provided by...
I was unaware that people were limited to caring about only one thing at a time.
I guess I'll pull out my 20-sided dice and roll on what single thing ought to concern me today.
The writing of a valid prescription, or the dispensing of prescription medications requires the existence of a valid Veterinaran-Client-Patient relationship. From the AVMA:
"A VCPR is established...
OTOH, I'd be *happy* to board someplace that has a policy of following the law WRT administration of prescription medications.
I think that sums it up nicely, and that is why I'm relieved that my state tax $$ won't be headed to the Boston Olympics.
I'm having a hard time imagining that HBO can do a better job than the original, which was probably one of the top ten best series ever on television.
I'm a fan of Dermagel, myself.But so long as you avoid anything particularly caustic, most wounds in that area will heal uneventfully.
Have you ever attended a horse show at a venue without stabling? I have. Many of these still exist, believe it or not.
I had a very interesting conversation some years back with a man who had been a steward at Scottsdale. He witnessed a halter horse being "schooled" in a clearly abusive manner at night, and...
While I agree with those who say that tying a horse is not inherently abusive, as an owner, I would be unhappy that this change in management was implemented without bothering to inform me.
You can buy a repair kit type assortment of gullet parts that get lost at a tack shop. Or online.
You can see guttural pouch tympany in foals, but I also suspect "grass mumps", or enlarged parotid salivary glands.
They are registered with the same registry as other Arabs in the US; however, participation in the EE is limited to horses acceptable to the Pyramid Society.
Not that AHA shows aren't bad, but the Egyptian Event has always been a little "special"...
Go for the surgery.
Check out Care Credit or the like.