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I don't treat my Cushingoid horse

Posted by mle on June 8, 1999, at 15:25:38

In reply to Re: Pergolide, posted by Sandra on June 7, 1999, at 16:47:27

If you do find a good source, let me know. In the meantime, unless you're getting some of the really awful symptoms, bad feet, etc, you don't have to treat.

The Cushings will require great care for cuts and scratches, regular clipping, and close watch on diet and water consumption, but doesn't really require treatment.

That said, the best thing I can tell you is to try the horse bulletin boards. Equisense, Horseman's advisor, Equinet, Hoofbeats, Acmepet, etc. Someone at one of those should be able to help you.

Good luck. How old is your horse? My Cushing's horse is 24. Still jumps, though, and can knock me into the dirt when the spirit strikes! Thoroughbred, of course...




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