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    I'm late to this thread, but we must have crossed...

    I'm late to this thread, but we must have crossed paths back then. I went to yet another prep school, in Boston, so of course no riding program. I lived in Wellesley, though, and boarded a horse at...
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    Selling the mare, hard as it is, keeping the new...

    Selling the mare, hard as it is, keeping the new horse and half-leasing him out sounds like a great solution.

    I'm on the other side of that equation. I sold my horses when I went to college and...
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    I think things get grandfathered in? There is a...

    I think things get grandfathered in? There is a barn with a therapeutic riding program up the street, I've hung around there enough to use the only bathroom. There is a step up to it and it is not...
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    I think it has more to do with it being a...

    I think it has more to do with it being a "commercial" operation. If I wanted to put a barn in my back yard and keep my own horse there, I wouldn't have to be compliant, I think that boarding for...
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    The barn I ride at in Massachusetts is strictly...

    The barn I ride at in Massachusetts is strictly private, just boarders and leasers, no lesson program or school horses. The barn expanded a couple of years ago, adding new stalls, an indoor and real...
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    There are two pairs in the barn here, 40 miles NW...

    There are two pairs in the barn here, 40 miles NW of Boston, near the NH border. I just noticed them swooping around last week, not sure when they arrived.
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    I think I'd go with the "send to a friend"...

    I think I'd go with the "send to a friend" option, unless you can get #3 to let you put up some structure to store hay in.
  8. Oh wow! I've got to admit that I'm a little...

    Oh wow!

    I've got to admit that I'm a little afraid of the beavers in the lake across the street from us. Some of them are HUGE and they are not timid around humans. There is a big one that tries...
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    I'd work on making Bob comfortable being in the...

    I'd work on making Bob comfortable being in the house when you are gone. Can he be loose in the house, rather than confined to one room? Our dog has no trouble being alone in the house, as long as...
  10. Not sure if NJ has something similar, but...

    Not sure if NJ has something similar, but Massachusetts maintains an online GIS mapping application that I find very helpful. It has layers for general soil type, zoning, and things like wetlands...
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    IMO, it is mostly her fault, she knew her dog was...

    IMO, it is mostly her fault, she knew her dog was aggressive and walked it very close to a dog who had shown enough interest in hers earlier that she made note of it. You aren't entirely blameless,...
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    Twice a day, and, even though she weighs 72...

    Twice a day, and, even though she weighs 72 pounds, she only gets 3/4 cup of kibble at each meal. 7am and 6pm.

    The dog is an air fern..very odd, as she is only four, pretty active and 1/2 Border...
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