Cribing, is there any fix?
I have a horse that started cribing about 3 years ago, he is now 18 years old. I put him on a herbal remedy just for cribing, and a cribing collar but it didn't work. I have started adding probiotics to his feed but I am sure by now he does it out of pure satisfaction.
KatieB wrote:What would you reccommend for Sarcoid treatment? Thanks
amberw wrote:Any herbs that you know of to help in healing broken bones. My horse has a fracture of the coffin bone. We are going to go ahead with some corrective shoeing although the vets are not very optimistic. If it looks like the shoeing will help can you recommend any herbs to help with healing fractures and managing pain?
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My horse has been diagnosed with a bacterial lung infection We have been to the vet and will be utilizing anti biotics and 1 months rest to get this cleared up. However I have been told that there is some permanent damage, I don't think that this will be bad so long as I maintain her really well. I noticed on your website that you have a herbal remedy that may be a good "maintence" type program-along with good feed and keeping her in good shape, out of the dust etc...., Would this help to keep her breathing freely? Any suggestions would be great, if you require further information a PM would be appreciated.
Dancen wrote:My 13 year old mare has had warts in her right ear for most of her life. It looks like a white flakey patch. She will not let you touch her ear so it makes it tricky to treat. Any suggestion on how to get rid of these warts?
Crash wrote:Hi Donna,
This is great that you are doing this! Thank you! In regards to the stretching that you had mentioned last time you were here - does a horse have to be warmed up before stretching? If so, how warm? I heard this somewhere else and wondered if it was true.
Vanessa wrote:Hi Donna, Hope everything is well with you and thanks for taking this time!
I was wondering what you could give a horse that is very hot and very high strung, she has her moments but will constantly be excited, and almost nervous at times when riding her. I'm sure you know of something that would help.
LeeAnneB wrote:Hi Donna,
Long time no see girl!
We have a ranch horse gelding who I think has something going on in his back and I wonder if it is affecting the way he moves.
I think he has something wrong in his back because he flinches when you brush his back, towards the middle to end of your saddle. He also tends to want to bite when you cinch up.
My question to you is, could this be causing him to move "funny". We tease that he runs like a giraffe. His lope is as smooth as honey but too me he runs with his back flat not rounded, and he lifts his front end up higher than his back end...not sure if I am explaining this well enough but it is like he throws his front end up at the start of every stride. Hence the giraffe thing.
Steph wrote:Hi there, just a quick question about relaxation supplements or herbal/drug treatments to give before competing. I have a x-track horse that gets really excited around alot of other horses and noise. She seems to wash-out easily. Thanks!!
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