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What great news. Lots of work but oh the joy when you see them respond, even a little. You could continue on the LA200 and indeed at a lower dose just to cover her. Re the neck, you could use some hot
Dear Caine, The "long and low" to which you refer comes from the western disciplines where horses are schooled to lengthen their frames and to carry their heads unnaturally low. It is NOT something that
Hi Lorien, I would take her to the vet. Any time a rabbit has a change in behavior it is usually indicative that there is something wrong. If she is not drinking any water she wouldn't be eating.
Hi, The vets that I work with only do "medical" boarding and they charge significantly more per night than I do as a boarding facility ($250 per night). Generally they are pretty clear on what's authorized
It depends on how horse is kept. Grazing pasture horses don't need it as much as stalled fed. when you the horse their shots from VET have them check and they can tell, older horses are different than