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  1. Horse Health
    Ok so I got a new mare 2 weeks ago, she’s been grazing with my 4 other horses… yesterday I noticed she had lice ( thrilling ik) it’s not a huge infestation, mostly just in her forelock and dock but definitely a few on her body. anyway I’ve taken all the lice off I possibly can out manually...
  2. Horse Health
    I bought a pony last month and he was in terrible conditions. when I bathed him I noticed he had lice, I called my vet and she said to use Frontline, it cost 20€ for a small bottle and 45€ for the bigger one. I couldnt afford the big one so I had to go with the small one, I used it all on him...
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    Well, I came home from the barn today and my roommate asked, "what are those little bugs all over your shirt?" Yep. Horse lice. I've heard the legends, but never experienced them for myself, so now I'm full of questions on what to do to get rid of them. I know that prolonged infestation can...
  4. Horse Health
    Hey all! Total newbie to the site but also total newbie to everything to do with horses so please bear with me :-) At the end of 2011 I was 'given' a retired racehorse who up until that point wasn't cared for very well. Since then I've spent a lot of time trying to learn as much as I can and...
  5. Horse Health
    Yes, so unfortunately, Hip Hop has a few lice on him, spotted them not long ago. treated all three horses in that field with the Deosect spray for horses concentrate, will have a good look at him again tomorrow, but from the reviews i've read on the internet, it's worked very well. It recommends...
  6. Horse Health
    Rocky is a 29 years old gelding who was rescued in March 2011. He was severly underweight and even though we managed to put around 150Ibs on him,its still really bad. When we got him he had fungal infection which is now cured -according to the vet- but his coat is still very oily even though we...
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    hi my horse seems to have some tiny bits of what looks like dead skin under her girth area and near the elbow. any help will be appreciated!
  8. Horse Health
    I adopted my mustang last fall when he was set to be released back into the wild because he was just too much for anyone to handle. I was visiting a horse rescue when he came up to me in the pasture and adopted me, so I took him home. It has been a hard winter, but with the help of Clinton...
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