Re: testing a symptom free ppid horse

Kirsten Rasmussen

I would test in July (maybe August) to see how we are doing coming in to the rise, and adjust pergolide accordingly then retest in early Sept to see if its adequate.  The rest of the year doesn't seem to be as critical.

Just what I would do if I could choose based on what I've learned here.  My vet only comes out our way in May and October so those are the only times I can get bloodwork done.  But we are not dealing with PPID anyways. 

Kirsten and Shaku (IR) - 2019
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