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Rebecca W.
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Rating: 5

Sling - A Must

posted 5 years ago

Habitat for Horses, www.habitatforhorses.org has a sling and has a horse in it right now. He seems unable to coordinate his back end and when he goes down to sleep or roll he can't get back up. This horse belongs to someone else and we are trying to help the vet help the horse. We hope for a good outcome but time will tell. The horse is fantastic and everyone has fallen for him - he's a good boy. If whatever ails him can be determined this sling will be what gave him the time needed for the vet to make the diagnosis. It would be great if all vets, equine hospitals and large barns had one of these.

Pros: Can save a horse's life

Cons: Can be a challenge to get a horse in

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Horseboy
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Rating: 5

Second chance

posted 5 years ago

we have one of these at habitat in the hospital and it is a lifesaver, literally. without it horses that are unable to stand are usually put down. the horse can be supported in it for days with no adverse effects giving the vet time to find an illness and cure it. the sling can also be used for supporting the horse for routing hoof trimming.there are many adjustments that can be made to perfectly support the horse comfortably and can be modified, from total body, leg and head support to just body support. these slings are great.

Pros: supports the horse without pain

Cons: none

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DawnG01
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Rating: 5

A must

posted 5 years ago

A sling is a *must for a horse rescue. Horses come in and/or develop many conditions that need to have all weight taken off the legs, hooves. Laminitis is one. Some are too weak to stand and need the sling. A sling is a lifesaver and gives such relief to the horse.

Pros: A relief

Cons: None

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Dawn B.
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Rating: 5

All equine rescues need one of these!

posted 5 years ago

This sling is a must have when it comes to equines that need to be supported because they can not stand up. Habitat for Horses has one of these and it is an asset to our rescue to help horses that are not able to stand on their own .

Pros: Asset to equine healthcare.

Cons: price

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Russell W.
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Rating: 5

Great to have for horse recovery

posted 5 years ago

Much needed piece of medical equipment for horses with leg injuries or severe laminitis/founder. Can be a real lifesaver when used properly. Can be quite expensive depending on supplier rescues may be able to get one donated to them.

Pros: good for horses with leg injuries

Cons: none

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