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Gave my horse a hug, then scratched around his ears and face 'cause he likes it.
Then I accidently poked him in the eye. My index finger went in about up to the first joint. His eye felt firm and...
My friends and I used to sing gregorian chants for fun. We sang in 3rds, that is three notes from each other. Does that sound right Guilherme? It was long ago.
The words were: I can play dominoes...
So sorry. What a great soul he was.
Airs Above Ground, indeed.
What the others said. Also try oil-based horse fly spray that has citronella scent and spray all around the bottom of the barn.
Twenty-eight years; take comfort in your many fond memories.
Jingles maresy, jingles!
Dusty and Stormy know they're loved.
You are a good owner, don't second guess yourself.
Feel all the hugs we're sending your way.
In my limited experience (thirteen years with the same Boers) they are calm and dog-like. Like fun, intelligent, know your name and come when called, dog-like.
I thought to go into the meat goat...
Sorry for the accident, but glad you know he's not so stupid, well sometimes it's hard to say....
Your stories always make me chuckle and hoot.
Sometimes I go barefoot in my muck boots too. Have you ever looked closely at the inside bottom of your boots?
I had a very localized sore spot on the ball of my foot, felt just like a splinter....
I'm always a little blue when the humming birds and chimney swifts leave in October. Good luck little fellers, see you next April.
But my sadness is mitigated by the arrival of the white-throated...
Thinking of you today.
I celebrate your love and honor your horsemanship.
Oh, it indeed sucks big time.
Sorry. Wish I had some magical ideas for you and your mare. You've done right by this horse. I know you'll do what you feel you need to do. You're not making any...
I think juvenile Red Shoulder too. I love it when they perch on fences and posts.
Watched, and heard a pair yesterday. I believe they were headed your way.
I'm seeing many Coopers as well.
Saw it early this morning while feeding. The clouds had passed so I had a good view. It was really cool. Horses didn't seem to notice, or care. Too busy eating.
Jingles, Scooby, JINGLES!
Jingles for your boy! May he come through with flying colors.
I'm of the understanding that GG takes five or so days to kick in, and ranitidine is much quicker. So, do both for severe gastric ulcers, then taper off the ranitidine.
This was the direction from...
Love your tales, Whiskey.
Got my first Breyer horse in 1961. I was an easy kid to buy presents for. Mine are in the attic. Re-homing them is a good idea. I've got two new grand-nieces, hmmmm.
Say it ain't so!
Thanks for the heads up, LexInVa.
Say Kiwayu, I've been thinking about you.
I've a horse with delayed gastric emptying. My vets had him on a motility drug, Bethanicol, similar to Cisapride, I reckon.
I figured that since he did...
JINGLES to Patton!
Thinking good thoughts for your boy.
You've got Pingles from Zu Zu, so here's to the Pingles!
(Zu Zu Zuie, you're the best)
In my limited experience the muscle biopsy wasn't bad at all.
Experienced vet, smallish incision, maybe 3 1/2 inches long, some sutures you can remove yourself. And not nearly as expensive as I had...