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mer3012

mer3012

  • Member since 26 August 2015 22:24
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rhapsody

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Capped hock again!

Just finished with Zara, she's got a capped hock again - goodness knows what she's done to herself.  Just noticed it tonight when I went to pick her back foot up to hoof pick and there it was, soft and squishy and rather large.  Not that she's bothered, not lame and clearly couldn't care less!  So she's been rubbed with the McDowall's tincture I sent to Australia for the last time and pressure bandaged.  Hopefully I've got to it in time.  Aaaaaargh!!!!

  • 26 August 2015 19:28 |
  • Last comment 5 hours ago ago by ChrisYork
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Alyshaisthebest

Alyshaisthebest

  • Member since 26 August 2015 16:49
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Weight loss tips

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Rebecca Statham, 26 August 2015 16:04

Tips to aid weight loss in your horse from the University of Edinburgh's Ruth Morgan: · Ask your vet for advice before embarking on a weight loss programme · Restrict his overall intake of food and take account of everything your horse eats, you should be feeding hay at 1.5% of his bodyweight at least twice a day · Have your forage analysed, ...

debashford

debashford

  • Member since 26 August 2015 15:31
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stanv

stanv

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forskolinpro

forskolinpro

  • Member since 26 August 2015 08:38
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LucyandChester

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Finally getting somewere!

Finally getting somewere with oli! The specialist was great! He confirmed that oli was lame on both legs, one worse than the other! He xrayed oli and found a few abnormalities in different joints where the bone was jagged and uneven! He has injected his coffin joint with cottazone to see if he improves! If he does then great if not it's trial and error untill we find the one that's causing him the pain! He's not sure if he is is generally lame on the other leg or wether he is just over compensating for his sore leg! He ...

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Join an equine safety awareness course this September

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Georgie Fen, 25 August 2015 16:41

Discover how to handle an equine emergency with a useful four-hour course introducing some of the concepts that emergency responders consider when called to unforeseen events involving equines. Delivered by experienced animal rescue specialists the course will give an insight into preparedness and response by the Fire and Rescue Service to situations most equine owners dread and would rather not think about.However, ...

sofiazoey

sofiazoey

  • Member since 25 August 2015 12:54
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