Originally Posted by JustWingIt
Sorry, sorry, I'm very sorry. You're absoloutly right. I'm just having a h*ll of a day. And he's my first horse and I just feel like I'm drowning in all these different things and I'm sorry. Ok? My bad. I shouldn't have wrote that post in the heat of the moment.
Again, my bad. Thanks for your post. Have a nice day.
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It's okay, no worries. :) from your other threads, you really didn't come off as snippy or snarky as you did in that one so it was a bit of a shock getting barked at. No hard feelings, I understand everybody has "those" days and how overwhelming life can get. I really do hope your horse gets better, he's such a lovely guy and my post was only intended to help in any way I could think of. :)
Has your vet given you any suggestions about hiding supplements in his feed? Maybe you'll have to find some that are oral - like a dewormer so they HAVE to take it haha.
And I'm not going to "bash" you about giving him a mild sedative for seperation anxiety. I've seen horses who NEED it and in those cases medication/supplements are required. Sometimes we can't just "naturally" fix things! With my guy being on 5 months of straight stall rest, he's been on constant bute, then previcox, uniprim, ulcerguard, and a mild sedative. So I completely understand that there may not be an answer such as "ah just throw him out in a field - it's only natural for them!" Sometimes, medication, supplements, whatever are needed. It would have just been nice to know that the simple things didn't work and why they didn't work. :) Posted via Mobile Device