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Teeth floating is a part of nearly everyone’s scheduled treatments for their horses.
Seelye approaches sedation on a case-by-case basis.
“The demeanor of the practitioner is of utmost importance to the success of the floating,” she says.
If a person takes a second or later dose too soon or if they take too much in their attempt to achieve the euphoric effect they seek, they can easily overdose, leading to coma or death.
A person abusing sedatives may look drowsy, may slur speech, stagger, have a weak pulse, dilated pupils, trembling hands and lack of coordination. A person abusing sedatives may swing from emotional highs to lows.
Saying that, surely the pony had other problems ???? Mate had to stay with her all night to make sure she was ok I'm going to have splinters in my ar*e for this one! I've had to Sedate Finni when he's freaked out in the lorry (he's an intermittently bad traveller) and i've done lots of work on his travelling.A person can quickly develop a tolerance, meaning that more of the drug is needed to create the desired effects.This can occur if the drug is used as directed or if it is abused.Both sides of the sedation issue have pertinent, valid points. She specializes in holistic medicine and carefully considers the possibility of any negative effects before administering drugs to her patients. Seelye has observed, “Horses allowed to live more naturally on pasture with a variety of plants and grasses to graze on, typically maintain a better mouth than horses kept stalled or fed predominately hay -- ground feeding being an important aspect of allowing the horse to eat, chew, swallow and digest correctly.However,” she adds, "genetics do play a role in the overall health of the dental condition.” Dr.