I agree with learning everything you can to do for your horses. Here's a good example: a year ago my horses had infected guttural pouch. The treatment was an injection a day for 10 days. The cost of me injecting it: $80, cost had the vet done it, $880....I did it. In my case I'm a trained vet tech, but truly anyone can learn to give injections. Diagnostics leave to the vet, but sometimes treatment is part of our job.
You did right checking for flash back. If again you get flash, you need to withdraw, change your needle and then go again. Posted via Mobile Device