Post Number: 628
|Posted on Friday, April 06, 2018 - 02:39 pm: || |
just wondering what people have found helpful for keeping your DSLD horse as comfortable as possible. I have a 26 yr old retired event mare(I've owned her for 24 of those years) who is having more issues as the years pass. I do plan to discuss her problem more in depth with the vet soon when she comes for spring shots. But I also wanted to ask others who have dealt with DSLD for their suggestions. I used to just bute her occasionally when she seemed a bit uncomfortable, but at this point she's needing regular bute. Does anyone know if Equioxx would help, in place of bute? most of the info I read only tells you what it is and that it's going to get worse as time goes on. I've yet to read anything that gives basic advice on keeping your horse comfortable. As I said, I'll be talking to the vet soon, but wondered if anyone had anything to share. Thanks.
Post Number: 700
|Posted on Friday, April 06, 2018 - 07:09 pm: || |
I used equioxx on a mare with terribly dropped suspensories.
She was pasture sound for a good 8 years, 6 on equioxx.
I currently have another horse with suspensory issues, and I am giving him MSM.
I think there is a lot of info out there if you google.