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    03-31-2013, 02:57 PM
Green Broke
I would say some pain medication is in order. It may make her feel better about you working on her ear too.
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    03-31-2013, 02:59 PM
Endiku, bless you for caring for this horse.

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    03-31-2013, 03:11 PM
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I'll give her some with her evening ration then. Thankfully we have a lot of it since we have a large quantity of horses on site.
    03-31-2013, 03:12 PM
OmG...if there has been any horse that deserves a loving and forever home it is this one. Good on you for caring for her, and I hope that there is some lead toward who could do this to her. Someone will step up here and take her..... I worry as if the letter and this is a warning, what is going to happen next?
    03-31-2013, 03:21 PM
Green Broke
Originally Posted by Endiku    
I'll give her some with her evening ration then. Thankfully we have a lot of it since we have a large quantity of horses on site.

You can give her 2 grams the initial dose. Then go to one gram.
    03-31-2013, 03:35 PM
Green Broke
It may be a bit late but in the UK vets are legaly obligayed to help an animal that is suffering. If they don't and you report them then they could lose thier vet license and be unable to practice.
I personaly would be reporting ALL the vets that refused to come out!
    03-31-2013, 03:46 PM
Green Broke
Endiku .. I was serious. I can take the poor thing in. If ( hope this is the correct name
Wolfmom (?) does not want to. I am below Davis but before L.A. .
Private message me for directions or for any more info. She would need to be
Tested for transport across state lines. CA may stop and check .
After reading that the rescue uses at risk kids, some may be dangerous or seriously damaged people , which is sad in itself.
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    03-31-2013, 03:53 PM
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True story...
A woman calls my husband, a DVM, at 2AM.
Said she was concerned that her Dochand had, She hesitated..... well the dog had eaten a condom.
My husband said that the dog would most likely be fine, and that if she is still concerned she can bring the dog to the clinic in the Am.
She still is waffling.... .she said that the condom was used.
My husband said that was still no problem and the dog should pass the latex item.
She still is having problems with the question..... my husband is beginning to loose a bit of patience at 2 am, and I hearing one side of the story, I am too.
Well,..... she finally said, the dog ate ....5 used condoms, So hubby said, go ahead and bring the dog in to the clinic and he will meet her there in about 20 min.
I said to hubby, Are you really going in? He said, yes with such a small dog, ingesting 5 condoms might be a problem, and he REALLY wants to meet this girl.
I said, are you kidding me, 5 CONDOMS, hell I am going to the clinic with you, I REALLY WANT TO MEET THAT GUY!

Just a little humor in a not so humorous thread. The dog was fine.
    03-31-2013, 04:01 PM
Faye vets here in the USA have the right to refuse service to anyone they choose. Yes their is an "obligation to help" but the vet has the right to refuse to go out to see your pet. This is largely to protect the vet from getting into a situation in which they are doing work for someone who will never ever pay them and then could turn around and sue them. Its sort of like how in the USA in some states you can shoot and kill someone on your property for trespassing and not face jail time. Heck, we have gotten calls from folks who either don't like the vet on call or when the vet on call does not want to go out. Its really hard when we are out of state and can't physically get to them.
    03-31-2013, 04:02 PM
What a HUGE disaster. This is a crime of many crimes all rolled up into one, and I personally wouldn't let it slide.

I would get a journalist out there, or write up a paper myself and take it to the county. You've dealt with too much cr*p to just let this slide, this horse was everything to you and she was attacked because the community is such in shambles that innocent people and their animals are being targeted. Take all your stories to the county and if they refuse to listen to you, get a journalist out there, or heck, I'll write the story myself if you give me information about your county (I have a degree in Creative Writing and I'm trying to get a position in my local newspaper as an editor). Give this problem publicity and shame the county into cleaning up their area. That, or grab that horse and move out of there. You've dealt with enough.

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