Type: Posts; User: RHdobes563
Enrique - Henry
Not an "N" name, but "The Librarian"?
That being said, I like waremares "No Can Do" above. :lol:
I would contact the nearest "Doberman" rescue groups, too. Just in case he gets into a shelter you haven't contacted (some shelters contact breed rescues), or someone finds him and surrenders to...
Get Smart (for secret agent, Maxwell Smart)
Eighty-Six (86, his secret agent number)
If the name has been changed, post it somewhere along with his OLD name, BREED, AGE, and history. Maybe mention his quirks, too, or how you can be contacted.
'Most everyone I know wants to...
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Loved "Waiting For God" when they showed it on PBS here.
Carry a bag of poop with you. If he yells at you, wave the obviously-weighted bag at him and smile.
Some places, pepper spray is illegal. However, HAIR SPRAY is not. Just an FYI.
I have Dobermans, too. One is comfortable around the barn, the other is scared of the horses. I have always takien...
I like the one on the left. I would put a picture of my horse in the middle, either a headshot or a competition picture.
Should have a caption contest for THIS picture! :lol:
Another Morgan lover/owner here! Congratulations! Would love a Lippitt or Brunk myself!!
I was really impressed with Sense and Sensibility when the family had to move. There were (at least) three vehicles pulled by beautifully MATCHED horses. I always wondered who they belonged...
Yes, I remember and watched Sky King. I think it followed the Roy Rogers show locally. You're right that it was more airplane than horse, but I watched it.
Oh, yes! I had a crush on Jim Newton (Peter Graves). From what I remember, I believe "Fury" was played by an American Saddlebred Stallion and was pretty darn smart.
There's a story (best as I...
My father's cavalry boots were lace-ups and brown. (He rode Remounts briefly in Texas before he was shipped overseas in the Mechanized Cavalry--WWII.) I believe I have a picture or two of him...
The horsey star breaks a leg, colics badly, is starved nearly-to-death, but when *protagonist* shows up to SAVE said horsey, is magically able to compete the next day.
It's not impossible to forge a bill of sale--Do you KNOW Debbie's handwriting? My thought is that if someone decides quickly that horse ownership is NOT for him/her, the horse should have gone BACK...
And he IS handsome!
Are you? I was perusing craigslist this morning and came upon this guy. I'm not really in the market, have never considered a mule, am (at best) VERY low level competitor, and this guy is...
Very thankful that a young horse like this got into the RIGHT hands. :yes: Good luck and much future success!