Type: Posts; User: islgrl
I think I have watched this 100 times. I have a bunch of other movies I have watched repeatedly but this is definitely #1!
I think you're looking at straight up muscle loss. Not much to be done about it until he can go back to work. I don't think I'd worry too much about it.
What does your vet think? I guess if regumate is an option and might help I would try it if I really loved the horse and KNEW she was the one for me.
That said, I'm not sure that's what you...
Having watched my friends' horse go through this on multiple occasions I would pass. Its awful.
I would call the insurance company and ask them what they would need to prove her value. You might need to have an appraisal done.
I live on an island, if I didn't order things online I couldn't function! You should have no reason to worry...
My horse truly prefers that I use it.
I get mine from a restaurant supply store. They often sell one pump with a variety of different size caps for different bottle.
you might move this question to horse care to get more input...
I live in a resort area which has the added complication of being an island. "Affordable rentals" is a bit of an oxymoron. It is very difficult to hire people for positions due to the very high...
I didn't give them the UPC's I just sent the receipt showing how many I had purchased.
Such a horrible shock. Sending thoughts to MH's family and friends in this terrible time.
I've done it twice - once last year and once this year. Each time I got a check for $140.
The thing that has helped my position more than anything else is mat classes in pilates. I was the least flexible person on earth, found it hard to make adjustments in my body and these classes have...
I can't believe you all only add a bag a week. I go through WAY more than that. I love them, but I use 3ish bags/week for a horse that is out 8-11 hours daily. He is a bit messy but not...
Pet food dishes are their own, but I wash them with the regular sponge. I mean, I'm not feeding them poison, not sure what the difference would be. I would let them lick the plates before I wash...
My husband and I work full time. We have a dog who stays home all day. He seems fine.
Just as the title says, do your headshakers that wear UV masks in turnout wear them when its raining or do you take them off?
I think you need a new vet. I don't think you will solve this without the vets assistance and if this vet can't get to the root of it I would try elsewhere.
There are no words. That's so awful. I'm sorry.
Will she even allow a lease? If the person can't even ride if they sign a waiver it sounds like there might be a problem leasing. Its hard when she hasn't really told you why she won't allow it.
I would keep him. Good horses are hard to find and you really like him. You need to decide if its about the money or about your enjoyment of riding.
I have the stormcheeta in a sheet and a heavy weight. The sheet is very well made and holds up well to abuse. After washing it I have had to waterproof it each time - I'm not sure if they washed it...
I feed Poulins. I think its a fantastic grain.