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Author Topic: Kentucky Lasix and the vets  (Read 240 times)
fuzzypants
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« on: November 18, 2012, 09:37:51 AM »

Ive been reading some of the problems already they've had with vets and lasix at Churchill downs.
One horse not suppose to get lasix got it.
Another horse was suppose to get it didn't !
Two horses got it twice.
Good golly miss moly no wander they had such controversy over lasix !
Looks like some of those vets got their liscense with two Wheaties box tops and fifty cents!
Maybe we will be seeing a new reality show called Behind the Barns with the vets!
Lord what the heck?
Even a groom tried to stop the  vet telling her no the horse had already been injected with Lasix!
At least the vets not employed any more ! No chit ! Shouldn't have been employed in the first place  looks to me.
Wander if the vets name was dr Magoo?

Hope she wasn't a harness vet in new York or jersey!
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« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2012, 12:56:19 PM »

Something simple like marking the stall with some sort of sticker with date and race number would prevent most of this.
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« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2012, 02:30:33 PM »

Something simple like marking the stall with some sort of sticker with date and race number would prevent most of this.

I guess they are doing that now but he'll a simple water bucket should have told them!

Think about this too, u higher a vet to give lasix and she pops your horse twice with it,
Now if they are that damn disorganized what if she did that with a tranquilizer?
Worse yet this vet  does simple procedure for lasix what if the horse had a reaction to the lasix?now she shoots the horse again!
Sure mistakes are made but if u can't see where the injection of lasix has been as a vet and give another one  wtf also this happen twice!
Now mistakes ate made but to make them twice in the same wk Huh?
So much for that vet licsenes Huh
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« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2012, 02:33:14 PM »

Great idea and the vet should sign it and date it.
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