Go to South Valley Vets, as a former client of Kayscreek should have done, when advised by Dr. Hill the night they took their horse to him, and their beautiful horse might still be alive. All Hill did for the horse was give it a muscle relaxer and a sedative and sent it home to die or gave the owners the option to put the horse down right then. Hill never inquired as to what may have caused the colic...a change in feed or recent worming...after his short exam with a stethiscope Hill concluded the horse had a twisted bowel and was going to die...How cold was that to someone who trusted Hill to help their horse. No tube was put down into the stomach, no oil was administered, no palpation was done to try and move a blockage along. It was unbelievable to me that Hill did nothing beyond a couple of injections, listened to the horses intestinal sounds and concluded the horse had a twisted or kinked intestine. My question, Dave, is WHY didn't you do everything you know how to do for this horse to save it's life? Is it not normal procedure to oil and palpate if there is a blockage or spasmadic colic? I'm so sorry for the emotional distress the owners of the horse had to endure while they watched this beautiful horse, they had loved and cared for, for over 10 years, die a horrible, painful death.