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International WIN, Ltd.

International WIN, Ltd. I.V. Sets for Large and Small Animals. Save your practice time and money. Allow your patient freedom of movement with unattended I.V. fluid administration!

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08/22/2019

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Dr.Cali Lewis giving 8 day old Drum Horse, Firefly Prince Zuko, a health check.

A Drum Horse is a combination of Shire, Clydesdale, and Gypsy Horse.

The inspiration for the Drum Horse, is the working horses still found carrying riders and heavy kettledrums in the Queen of England’s cavalry. 🐴 🥁

#drumhorse #workhorse #horsesofalberta

08/21/2019
Cool!
08/07/2019

Cool!

serious inquiry: would this be like an appaloosa cat?

07/30/2019

Nap time with his toys. Today is 3 weeks from his surgery to repair the wounds from the cougar attack. He is recovering better that anitipcated. Thank you Scenic Sage Star for his button that says, "Life is tough and so am I!". No words were ever truer.

Finally!
07/26/2019

Finally!

BIG WIN FOR HORSES TODAY! 🇺🇸🐎🇺🇸

The American Association of Equine Practitioners hails today’s passage of the Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act (H.R. 693) in the U.S. House of Representatives! The legislation was approved by an overwhelming 333 to 96 bipartisan vote, and it will help end the cruel practice of horse soring, which is the deliberate infliction of pain to exaggerate a horse’s motion for the purpose of gaining an advantage in the show ring.

“For many years the AAEP has championed legislation to end this cruel practice, and today’s vote in the House is a victory for horses,” said Dr. Jeffrey T. Berk, 2019 AAEP president. “We now will work for passage of the Senate version of the bill.”

Our sincere thank you goes to Rep. Kurt Schrader and Rep. Ted Yoho, both veterinarians, who have been instrumental in securing this huge win for horses!

You can read our full statement here: https://aaep.org/news/equine-veterinarians-praise-passage-anti-soring-legislation-us-house



#aaep #horsedocs #equinevets #forthehorse #bigwin

FDA Issues Warning About Compounded Equine Medication
07/24/2019
FDA Issues Warning About Compounded Equine Medication

FDA Issues Warning About Compounded Equine Medication

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has linked at least three horse deaths to the use of a compounded drug product containing pyrimethamine and toltrazuril.

New Rules Advanced for Vet Technicians in New York
07/24/2019
New Rules Advanced for Vet Technicians in New York

New Rules Advanced for Vet Technicians in New York

New York State regulators have given preliminary approval to a new set of regulations governing veterinarian technicians at Thoroughbred racetracks and to make changes to certain kinds of betting at the state's Thoroughbred tracks.

Really!
06/19/2019

Really!

06/14/2019

A little #WednesdayWisdom from #OntFarmerNews

06/12/2019
Why you should visit Lexington
05/31/2019
Why you should visit Lexington

Why you should visit Lexington

The bucolic Kentucky city is fiercely proud of its omnipresent horses and bourbon, but modernity is creeping in.

05/31/2019

It's Friday!

05/16/2019
05/16/2019

Another something new!

05/09/2019

Queen Elizabeth on Surprise at Ascot in 1961.

So true
05/08/2019

So true

Coincidence or Fate
05/01/2019

Coincidence or Fate

A 10 year old Quarter Horse mare was referred into the veterinary hospital approximately 36 hours after foaling. The mare had a retained placenta, an increased body temperature (104° F), and was exhibiting significant abdominal pain. Despite intensive medical therapy, the condition of the mare continued to deteriorate. Sadly, the mare passed away a few hours later leaving her foal an orphan.
A blood sample collected from the foal confirmed that the colt had acquired adequate passive antibody transfer through ingestion of her dam’s colostrum. Subsequently, the foal was fed a commercial equine milk replacer every 2 hours. The foal readily learned to drink out of a bucket avoiding the need for bottle feeding.
Fortuitously, the same breeding farm had a broodmare that had lost her foal two weeks previously. The horse was transported to the clinic as a potential nurse mare for the orphan colt. A physical examination showed that the mare was healthy and still had some milk in her mammary gland. The mare was administered the dopamine antagonist domperidone twice daily, as well as estradiol, to re-stimulate milk production. The mare was also hand milked multiple times a day.
Eventually the day came in which the foal was to be introduced to its surrogate mom. The colt was held without food for a few hours to make sure it was hungry. The mare was administered a dose of prostaglandins to stimulate her maternal behavior. Twenty minutes later the foal was introduced to the mare. The mare was lightly restrained and the foal was guided to the mare’s mammary gland. He immediately started to nurse and the mare stood like a rock.
The orphan foal and surrogate mare went home together a few days later. A happy ending to a pair of tragic circumstances.

04/24/2019

You go girl! And what a nice pony, ears up the whole time.

I did not know this, did you?
04/23/2019

I did not know this, did you?

04/19/2019

Thought for the day, if not life.
Be decisive. Right or wrong, make a decision. The road of life is paved with flat squirrels who couldn’t make a decision.

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Kennett Square, PA
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