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If after that phone call both parties feel like one or more of the horses is a possible match, we will set up an appointment for you to meet the horses.
It is very difficult for a vet to have the strength and stamina to keep filing and also get all the points and surfaces smoothed out, so when doing a hand float they often say it's "good enough." Most horses keep their head quite high.
This horse isn't bad, he doesn't kick or bite and he likes strangers. I know some people like to sedate a horse for filing because it's "more comfortable for them" but other than that I have no idea why he's so adamant on sedating this horse. Was it related to the actual drug or the procedure?
Personally, I would want to know which medication the horse reacted to (or combination of medications) and what exactly the problem was. The reason I would do this is because the horse may need sedation someday in an emergency.
There are different medications that can be used for sedation so it is very possible to find one that will not cause a reaction in your horse.
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He wasn't sedated also because when he was gelded he had a nasty (allergic?
) reaction to the sedation that caused his lungs and organs to shut down and nearly died.With a power float the vet does not fatigue, the horse is sedated so the vets can see what they are doing much better, and the horse gets all the mouth problems thoroughly addressed.This horse isn't bad, he doesn't kick or bite and he likes strangers. I know some people like to sedate a horse for filing because it's "more comfortable for them" but other than that I have no idea why he's so adamant on sedating this horse. If he uses electric equipment, a horse does have to be sedated as one wrong jerk and the floating tool could possibly hit a secondary artery running thru the roof of the mouth.Was he sedated when gelded, or was he completely put under?What the medication he had an allergic reaction to?We owned him for 10 years hauling logs out of the woods before we sold him to a friend who uses him for trail riding.