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    If you are certain that the bible condemns...

    If you are certain that the bible condemns homosexuality, I strongly suggest watching the movie "Fish out of Water." Objectively, the bible says that God so loved the world (not just heterosexuals)...
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    I don't believe we ever removed ours when we used...

    I don't believe we ever removed ours when we used it but instead cleaned the whole mask. I'm sorry it isn't much help.
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    Ouch ouch ouch! Poor mama. I hope she feels...

    Ouch ouch ouch! Poor mama. I hope she feels better soon.
  4. I think a free lease is the most viable option...

    I think a free lease is the most viable option unless you live in a very horsey area where there is a lack of developed schoolmasters. If that is the case, you may find someone willing to pay. In my...
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    I would never leave them alone unsupervised....

    I would never leave them alone unsupervised. Kennels aren't punishment. They are a safe place to let an animal rest and recharge. If the newest addition is having issues integrating, then it seems...
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    I have t-posts, chicken wiring, and zip ties. It...

    I have t-posts, chicken wiring, and zip ties. It won't win the classy award but it is remarkably sturdy and it won't leave anything except for a few t-post holes when I pull it up one day. If I...
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    Slips happen. I would stick to the grass.

    Slips happen. I would stick to the grass.
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    Absolutely. They most likely live in an affluent...

    Absolutely. They most likely live in an affluent area, have several people who provide home/garden care, and the children attend private school. They most likely interact with people of a similar...
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    Do you have to have a prosthetic? Removing the...

    Do you have to have a prosthetic? Removing the prosthetic may solve the problem for good.
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    No advice but just sympathy. Cats are so...

    No advice but just sympathy. Cats are so challenging.
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    Adorable beyond words. I am loving all of these...

    Adorable beyond words. I am loving all of these pictures.
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    Why? I have one parent who has been to the barn...

    Why? I have one parent who has been to the barn 3-5 times since I was over the age of 12. The other parent made the round trip (1.5 hours) several times a week and has since made the drive to where I...
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    You are appealing to such a tiny market. She is a...

    You are appealing to such a tiny market. She is a smaller, older horse, minimal show experience, is a 3-3'3 jumper, may be cute enough for the hunters but is most likely a jumper type, and is not a...
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    With a "house keeper, pool guy & lawn service" it...

    With a "house keeper, pool guy & lawn service" it seems that her duties are (a) take the children to and from school (b) grocery shop (c) cook meals (d) misc. errands. Within a year the oldest will...
  15. I've interacted with a fair number at...

    I've interacted with a fair number at conformation events and liked their personality. I just bought a 4 yr old TB and the seller had two massive females off leash. They were incredibly respectful of...
  16. What an awesome update!

    What an awesome update!
  17. Nope. I've seen first-hand the thousands that can...

    Nope. I've seen first-hand the thousands that can go into treatment. I would not want to put my child through the inevitable heartache of having a partner go through bouts of chronic discomfort and...
  18. Does this seem like a feasible chain of events:...

    Does this seem like a feasible chain of events: Pasturing change could have created stress, stress caused ulcer, ulcers caused pain, pain caused dominant but formerly sweet horse to become defensive,...
  19. Personally I find it helpful to not think of a...

    Personally I find it helpful to not think of a horse as a "diva." For me it becomes a slippery slope of personifying my horse. Some people may have an easier time maintaining the distinction but I...
  20. My late mare was arthritic, post legged behind,...

    My late mare was arthritic, post legged behind, and had upright shoulders. Any time she was sinking around on the lunge or trotted in hand she looked truly horrendous. So bad in fact that I never...
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    I have the 227 that is quartered. A quarter of a...

    I have the 227 that is quartered. A quarter of a pill equals one dose.
  22. Ours rolled in the litter box for months. At 9...

    Ours rolled in the litter box for months. At 9 months he has more or less out grown his habit of using it for anything other than his business.
  23. Lol. That right there is a good way for an...

    Lol. That right there is a good way for an unterrier to stay unterriered. It may take him a bit to get up the guts for round two.
  24. Thank you for taking her on. It is so sad that...

    Thank you for taking her on. It is so sad that good people have to go behind and clean up messes created by unethical people. She was very lucky to end up at your gate.
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    She is going to be one gorgeous dressage diva!

    She is going to be one gorgeous dressage diva!
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