Type: Posts; User: jetsmom
My condolences. You obviously gave him a great life to get to 20 years.
I agree. I am assuming owner is present. Not just opening door and letting thme out.
Rusty, my previously feral dog (looks like chow/border collie mix), used to come up and snuggle for about 15 min, but now that he's getting old, he usually stays in his bed right beside my side of...
She shouldn't be off leash until she is 100 percent reliable with all sorts of distractions on a long line. Then practice in a fenced area. You shouldn't ever be asking her to come when you can't...
I'd get vet out and put a solid barrier like plywood between stalls so she can't see neighbor, if she can't be moved elsewhere.
Sending jingles and prayers for a complete recovery. Can you fence off guide wires so there is no repeat from you horse or others?
Sending jingles and prayers for Annie.
Thanks for the info! I knew they were bad for fogs but was unsure of symptoms.
With your veterinary knowledge, could parvo be an issue when there is no fever? Since all those dogs got sick/died...
What about toxic foods? I'm not sure of which sympTom's match. But things like sugr free gum (xylitol), some peanut butter also contains it, grapes, raisins...
Sending you hugs, and prayers for an easy passing for your mom.
When I was doing air traffic control, I used to love when we got a bunch of Navy pilots in. Those guys could fly the crap out of those aircraft. They'd do whatever you asked them to do.
Big lots had them.
Look up HIITS.
Weight train back and abs (especially lower back). Both of those really help with riding, and are often some of the weakest body parts.
You mean you haven't noticed which bathroom he wanted to use? Men's room or ladies rm, lol.
At least the name is easy to change!
I love how you write!
Its a special holistic chain that has magnetic effects that keep the horse's aura in line with true North. Prevents a special medical condition called "HYABTD" (Having your aura bite the dust). ...
I've found older dumped dogs. They adjusted well and we're great dogs. I'd say if they are healthy, or even with some maintenance issues and you can find a good home, I'd do it. If they would have to...
Those in link were cute.
Just to be safe, I'd have his teeth checked/floated if not done in last 6 mo, and check ears for ticks.
It looks like headshaking, but since he's better at faster speeds, I almost wonder if it is...
One of the best dogs I ever had I bottle raised from 1 day old. They were dumped near the railroad tracks in the desert in a U haul blanket. Their ears were still stuck to their heads. A litter of...
I had a large cocker spaniel (50 lbs...not fat, but huge), that tore his at age 8. Did fishing line repair, and he recovered great. Had the fishing line fail later, but there was enough scar tissue...
Not an eventer, but followed his story after his injuries. So awesome to see how well you are both doing! You guys look great, and I love hearing the love you have for him in your posts!
The fish need to be able to get out of the sun. I've heard of peopke adding something like a cinder block to the bottom before for the fish.