Sunday, October 31, 2010

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Up Date on the Wv Horses Seizure

An e-mail received by someone who was on-site following the seizure:
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 7:29 PM
Subject: Mary O'Brien Case

I have some disturbing news regarding the Mary Obrien case. A hearing was scheduled today for the case, but before this could take place, a plea status hearing was conducted with only the public defender, prosecuting attorney (Kim Crockett) and the magistrate. Not a single person from the case was present including the investigating officer, animal control or myself. We actually showed up for the hearing and were told it was over. 

The only information the prosecuting attorney had was the warrant for the arrest. She has never even seen the case file or a single record or photo from the case. In addition, she never spoke with the investigating officer, animal control or myself. Basically, she prosecuted a case without even looking at the evidence and then the magistrate agreed to the plea bargain without anyone being present or at the least consulted.

What a disappointment this judicial process has been. This was a very well documented case of animal cruelty. Both Animal Control and the Sheriff's Department did their jobs. At least eight horses died or had to be euthanized from starvation and neglect in this case. 

We are holding a press conference tomorrow in front of the court house at 11:00 A.M. to demand answers from the Chief Prosecutor's office. We would appreciate any support from horse owners and the public. Please forward this to your contacts. Thank you so much for all of your help.


Christine Bridges D.V.M

Monday, October 18, 2010

Nosodes Verses Vaccines

Nosodes have been used for over a hundred years in homeopathy and have an excellent track record.
All dog diseases can be controlled or eliminated by using Nosodes for distemper, Parvo, Bordatella,
Para−influenza, Leptospirosis, Adenovirys, corona and rabies. In cats the distemper, FIV, FIP,
Leukemia, and other Nosodes are available.
In Horses the flu, Rhino, EWT (Eastern and Western Encephalitis, Tetanus), West Nile, Strangles,
EPM (Equine Protozoal Myelitis) and Herpes (Pneumobort) are available and quite effective.
For the past nine years Dr. Wessener has been using Nosodes in his practice as a replacement for
vaccines and the results have surpassed his wildest dreams. Not only are the diseases controlled, as
good or better than the vaccines, but also no reactions, either acute or chronic are seen.
To clarify the foregoing statement, much of Dr. Wessner's practice is counseling people, in person,
and on the phone to all parts of the country, on the proper protocols for their pets and horses for the
effects of over−vaccination and vaccination reactions. He also teaches a week long course on Acute
Homeopathy for Animals.
Many itchy, arthritic, allergic, chronically infected ears and many other canine problems have their
roots in over vaccination. In horses, over vaccination, over use of anti−biotics, chemical fly sprays and
wormers cause many horses to succumb to EPM, Herpes, Uveitis, and autoimmune diseases not seen
50 years ago before this became a "common" practice.
There has also become an increase in the number of "itchy" horses that have been subjected to the
over use of vaccines and the over use of chemicals, including wormers (monthly paste and daily) and
fly sprays. With all the over−vaccinations, worming and strong chemical fly sprays it also makes them

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Media at the Trot Meeting last Year

On October 10, we held our Fall membership meeting at
Talisman Stable, and were treated to a demonstration
by Lorrie Bracaloni on
Holistic Horse Therapies entitled
“How to Identify and Release Your Horse’s Pain Points”.
I am new to this, so  I was very surprised at
how quickly she was able to obtain noticeable results using
simple procedures. It was fascinating to watch the horses
improve in such a short time. The demonstration was followed
by a wonderful pot-luck dinner and lots of conversation.
Many thanks to Pat Talbot for hosting the event at her
magnificent stable and indoor arena, to Kyle Jossi for organizing
the event, and of course thanks to Lorrie for sharing
her knowledge and skills with us.
TROT president Ron MacNab held a
brief membership meeting followed by a demonstration by
Lorrie Bracaloni on Holistic Horse Therapies. TROT
members Pat Oliva and Sandy Boyd brought their horses for
Lorrie to do a hands on demonstration. Both horses were
suffering from the long-term effects of Lyme disease and
EPM. Lorrie pointed out areas of imbalance in the horses
and techniques to correct these problems. The audience
started out sitting in our chairs, but we were soon on our
feet to get a better view of her work. Jean Cooper a veterinarian  was chosen
as a volunteer from the audience to confirm the changes
that Lorrie effected on the horses.
A long buffet table was set out in the aisle of Pat's barn, and
following Lorrie's demonstration, we all enjoyed a delicious
pot luck dinner. Lorrie stayed to answer questions. If you
would like more information about Lorrie's techniques, her
web-site is

Friday, October 8, 2010

The reason Horse lovers buy my DVD On Pain Points

I have a 6 year old paint mare and she is my first horse so I'm not very knowledgeable about horses.
This is what's been going on for the past three month. My horse is barefoot and I had her trimmed by a farrier. The next day I rode her she started tripping. I thought she was just sore from the trim and waited it out since the farrier told me there was nothing wrong. I had her trimmed again six weeks later and it just got really bad after that. She was lame in the front ( no injury, swelling, heat anywhere), her back and hind end were very sore to touch at this point too.
 Everyone at the stable told me she needed shoes and that would solve the problem. Since I don't really believe in shoes used a different barefoot trimmer instead. The trimmer told me that both of her hind hooves were a 1/4" higher in the inside which could have caused her hind end to be sore and also that  both front hooves had bruised toes and bruised bars.
My mare did get better after the trim but she is still so off. I can't get her to take the right lead, her stride is short on the front left, in the canter her back feet can't keep up with the front, the saddle always seems to tip to the left and she has developed a dip in front of the withers.
I also got a new saddle to make sure the saddle wasn't causing the problems.
After coming across your website, I did do the pain assessment from your video and she seems to be sore in the withers, mid section on the left , right stifle and her hips are not even.
Does all this make any sense to you? xxxxx