One of our horses has been having issues with tripping lately, and after having a full neuro panel done (came back clear for EPM and a bunch of other bad stuff), talking to our farrier, checking saddle fit and having the chiropractor out, we're pretty sure he's starting to show early signs of arthritis. Based on prior owner's information, Quinn should be 15 yrs old now. The Dentist had him at 18 when he was out a few months ago.
So...anyone treating a horse for mild arthritis successfully? If so, what are you doing? NSAIDs, and if so, which one? We don't want to cause ulcers while treating arthritis. Injections? Some of this stuff is crazy expensive and has to be injected by a vet every 4 days??
Adequan, Legend keep coming up on web searches, and Equinoxx for an oral NSAID, but not much else.