Archives: August 2017

  1. Which supplements will help my older TB with Cushings?

    Which supplements will help my older TB with Cushings?
    Question: Hello - I have an older TB gelding with Cushings.  He does have other age related issues, as well.  I am looking to consolidate his supplements to make sure he's getting everything he needs and nothing he doesn't.  Can you assist, please?   Thank you! Dr. Kellon: We'll be glad to try to help you with that. Tell me more about him...
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  2. Arthroxigen might help your older trail horse

    Arthroxigen might help your older trail horse
    Question: I have a 21 year old Rocky Mountain and I would like to put him on a joint supplement for maintain due to his age.  His a trail horse but not at all ridden hard, but at times for a long trail ride. There are so many supplements out there, which is very over whelming. I want to make sure that...
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  3. Making Sense of Feeding Sulfur

    Making Sense of Feeding Sulfur
    Making Sense of Feeding Sulfur You have probably read at least one article talking about sulfur in the body as indispensable for protein production, for the integrity of skin, hair, hooves and nails, its enzyme action, its presence in important B vitamins, for the production of substances like chondroitin sulfate, and its role in the elimination of toxins. All of...
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  4. Can you help me with a hay analysis?

    Can you help me with a hay analysis?
    Question: Dr, Kellon, the hay from the last analysis I sent you didn't agree with Charm..  liquid poop much worse.  I'm attaching a another hay analysis for your opinion...  do you think it might be good considering her history of founder and can I balance it with what I'm currently using?  I introduced the hay very slowly.. I only started...
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  5. How to help my horse with lameness and EPM?

    How to help my horse with lameness and EPM?
    Question: I have used Uckele products for many many years. I have a 7 yr old mare with some specialzed problems of lameness, a positive SAG 6 for EPM, but a neg. IFAT test, but mostly the inability to push from behind well. We have done bone scan, MRI of front feet, Ultrasound of all 4 limbs at hocks/knees &...
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  6. Lung EQ can help with your Dressage horse's exercise induced coughing.

    Lung EQ can help with your Dressage horse's exercise induced coughing.
    Question: I spoke to you a few years ago, re. my headshaking Dressage horse, who, I'm ecstatic to say, no longer has headshaking. A huge and grateful "Yeah"!!  I believe that Cranial Sacral treatments have tremendously helped him. Always the "problem child", my 11 year old Dressage horse does have allergies (symptoms:  eyes watering, sneezing, and now, into summer in...
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  7. Which joint product will help most with severe issues?

    Which joint product will help most with severe issues?
    Question: Hello, my vet and I have been exploring options to help my 18-year-old OTTB feel more comfortable continuing work as he ages and with his arthritis. It was recommended to me that he be placed on Adequan injections and that feed through supplements are not highly recommended due to bioavailability issues.  I was wondering how your product stacks up...
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  8. Gut and Absorb-All will help your horse after severe diarrhea

    Gut and Absorb-All will help your horse after severe diarrhea
    Question: I have a horse who is been experiencing loss and lack of appetite and severe diarrhea... we had the vet out to check for various different things,  like ulcers, Potomac parasites, allergies.   Still having challenges. don't know which way to turn.  Sure would appreciate some insight. Dr. Kellon: The solution to this problem is to eliminate the cause.  There...
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  9. U-Balance and Laminox will help your mare who foundered with rotation in all 4's

    U-Balance and Laminox will help your mare who foundered with rotation in all 4's
    Question: I have a 13.3 hand paint mare, bloodwork tested for IR. Fasting bloodwork levels (Cornell) are ok. Foundered before I had her with rotation in all 4's. She's overweight; eating grass hay and only a handful of Nutrena Safe Choice Special Care really as a carrier for maintenance, dose of Laminox in the am, and for Omega 3 Horseshine and...
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  10. Need advice for my rescue with a bladder stone, and another that's laminitic

    Need advice for my rescue with a bladder stone, and another that's laminitic
    Question:  I have 2 questions - first I operate a non-profit rescue & sanctuary in Rhode Island - 24 horses between ages of 6 - 36 yrs old - all different breeds etc - all are feed a relatively low sugar / starch diet, grass hay and live outside in herds 24/7 with access to shelter in inclement weather...
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