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  1. Turnout use depends on your horse and the...

    Turnout use depends on your horse and the footing. If he is super calm and just walks around it will probably be fine. Trotting around - no. Muddy or deep footing - no.
  2. Can you explain what you mean by "crazy antics in...

    Can you explain what you mean by "crazy antics in the paddock" ?

    Is she pacing when turned out? What is her stall/turnout situation?
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    Maybe she is confusing it with this? ...

    Maybe she is confusing it with this? http://www.kerx.com/products/Nano-E/

    It's not really prescription - but it is on the KERx website. I used it before, it says you can syringe or top dress...
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    http://www.cvm.umn.edu/umec/lab/shivers/home.html

    http://www.cvm.umn.edu/umec/lab/shivers/home.html
  5. Ultrasound of the stifles???? I don't know...

    Ultrasound of the stifles????

    I don't know what is going on with vets injecting stifles multiple times, lameness not resolving and then finally after months & months, doing the US and finding it...
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    I also have had great experiences with APF. Best...

    I also have had great experiences with APF. Best price is usually with thrivingpets.com
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    Our vet always just collects themselves.... Uses...

    Our vet always just collects themselves.... Uses a pipette or some sort of thing I believe -
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    Always had great experiences with Allivet for Rx....

    Always had great experiences with Allivet for Rx.

    You just give them your vet contact info and they take care of everything. My vets all said they were the easiest to work with. FarmVet being...
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    Fish oil pills, flax, chia, coconut oil

    Fish oil pills, flax, chia, coconut oil
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    http://www.stepaheadfarm.com/Case217.html this...

    http://www.stepaheadfarm.com/Case217.html

    this website has some interesting ideas for covering or bandaging difficult areas. Might give some good ideas. But if she rubs everything off - that's...
  11. Could it be the shoeing? Hard to say. Check the...

    Could it be the shoeing? Hard to say. Check the rads for sole depth. If he has thin-ish soles, and was trimmed and shod it could have been enough to make him uncomfortable and been the little...
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    Yep! Bruising is classic anemia, but people...

    Yep!

    Bruising is classic anemia, but people often don't realize anxiety and heart issues can also be due to anemia. Weird heart palpitations, etc. But with your previous blood work done, I'm...
  13. Is he still sore? If so, I would get him the...

    Is he still sore? If so, I would get him the Soft Ride boots. You don't want him to remain sore and it to delve into actual founder/rotation.

    Is your farrier experienced with...
  14. Had to deal with the same thing several years...

    Had to deal with the same thing several years ago. Used the Equisleeve at some points, however it moved more than I'd prefer. I ended up having the best luck with Cashel fly wraps but my horse had...
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    CareCredit may be an option for you? ...

    CareCredit may be an option for you?

    https://www.carecredit.com/vetmed

    It's saved my butt a few times when I've have vet emergencies. Both vet practices you mention here are listed on the...
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    Interesting - I might have to give them a try ...

    Interesting - I might have to give them a try

    Do they stink/smell bad?

    Ours mostly eat chews in the house, so anything disgusting smelling or super slimey is a no go
  17. Thread: Dremels

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    I LOVE the dremel for nails! All of ours...

    I LOVE the dremel for nails!

    All of ours have black nails and it's sometimes hard to get a read on exactly where the quick is. Ours are not big fans of having their feet handled, but get better...
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    Based on this - I would hesitate to breed either...

    Based on this - I would hesitate to breed either one of them. Or to that stallion again.

    Shoulder OCD is frequently inoperable and very debilitating. OCDs in other areas are operated on all the...
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    Maybe a little different, but have had two horses...

    Maybe a little different, but have had two horses with armpit lacerations. Both fairly deep, but unable to stitch because of movement issues for that area. Treated both with Manuka honey. One had...
  20. Yes, also in a fetlock. Some sort of turn out...

    Yes, also in a fetlock. Some sort of turn out trauma to only one hind fetlock. Did ultrasound & rads. Diagnosed synovitis. Injected with steroid (TA), bute, stall rest and did Legend series. ...
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    For in the future - this place has the best price...

    For in the future - this place has the best price for natural vitamin E usually. They don't ship prescription or vaccines to Canada, but can do normal product shipments to Canada - just doesn't have...
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    Are you still not wanting to apply to Doberman...

    Are you still not wanting to apply to Doberman specific rescues?

    I take it you're in Michigan?

    This guy seems pretty perfect - older, house trained. You don't have children right?
    ...
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    the link says: This posting has been deleted by its author.
  24. Yes, I can totally seem them being related. ...

    Yes, I can totally seem them being related. First sign of neuro deficit in my horse - quarter cracks in both front feet. Obviously changed something in the break over and loading of the front limbs.
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    Sorry for the sidetrack....but would you say...

    Sorry for the sidetrack....but would you say overweight dogs are the main thing responsible for the seemingly huge increase in these injuries? Seems like they are becoming so common. Or maybe just...
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