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  1. Thread: osteoporosis

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    iberiafan-That is tough news. Are you on...

    iberiafan-That is tough news. Are you on medication for your arthritis? Do your providers want to put you on Prolia or another bone medication? If you can, please post what you come away with from...
  2. Thread: osteoporosis

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    Just sustained a compression fracture of T7....

    Just sustained a compression fracture of T7. Cantering along and then pain that I thought was a muscle pull. Didn't resolve so had all of the tests confirming fracture. Ortho and spine specialist...
  3. Not much of a believer in dogs being trained to...

    Not much of a believer in dogs being trained to be aggressive towards people and being used in any sort of capacity that puts them in harm's way. This dog suffered a horrible end at the hands of a...
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    Cool idea! Fargo, Thomas Crowne, Risky Business,...

    Cool idea! Fargo, Thomas Crowne, Risky Business, Foxfire, Top Gun, Aladdin, Rain Man, Batman, Argo, The Right Stuff, The Patriot, Jerry Maguire, My Cousin Vinny, Thor, Braveheart, Ghost, Cactus...
  5. What a man. What a woman. Hope you and yours are...

    What a man. What a woman. Hope you and yours are safe.
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    pp-I give you tons of credit! You clearly love...

    pp-I give you tons of credit! You clearly love your horse and you know how to ride. It just used to make me so sick to see huge guys using the ponies like dirt bikes. But that happens in all...
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    A lot of horses used in polo schools travel with...

    A lot of horses used in polo schools travel with their heads cranked to the left. Why? Because they are constantly being smacked in the chin with the mallet by people taking uncontrolled full swings...
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    Uh oh Zahkman! You've waved the red flag in front...

    Uh oh Zahkman! You've waved the red flag in front of pds now! Get ready for the rants and multiple posts citing specific criminal activity of the last few days!Activity which happens nowhere else...
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    We transitioned ours very successfully from...

    We transitioned ours very successfully from timothy to coastal. We could not find decent timothy anywhere in Aiken, and the nasty stuff there was cost an arm and a leg. The feed stores sometimes have...
  10. An eloquent memorial to your lovely girl. I feel...

    An eloquent memorial to your lovely girl. I feel like I knew her from your words and picture. I believe that I will converse with my own kitties more often now and try to be as good to them as you...
  11. Best horse I ever had was a little Arab that we...

    Best horse I ever had was a little Arab that we picked up from a dealer in the Northeast for $600. She was the right size (small), a pretty mover, neck reined and had a butter soft mouth in a...
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    So sorry Laurie. Macy was a lucky girl to have...

    So sorry Laurie. Macy was a lucky girl to have you.
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    Sorry. Man, you put a lot into your horses. I've...

    Sorry. Man, you put a lot into your horses. I've had folks look at me like I have two heads for doing crazy stuff like blanketing and soaking feed and hay. You do really well by your guys and it's a...
  14. Thread: Happy Endings

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    Great thread and great stories. Pocket Pony, your...

    Great thread and great stories. Pocket Pony, your boy is lovely and you sure do walk the talk. Takes guts.
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    Glad she's coming around now Clint. I've had cats...

    Glad she's coming around now Clint. I've had cats struggle coming out of anesthesia at full cost clinics and they have turned out fine. Good on you for taking such good care of your kitten. Hope she...
  16. Very sorry pinkpony. Chikoo must have been a very...

    Very sorry pinkpony. Chikoo must have been a very special girl.
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    3 dog. This is so upsetting. That anyone posting...

    3 dog. This is so upsetting. That anyone posting in good faith here would not be treated with utmost civility and respect is just appalling. Very very sorry that people have been so rude to you. I'm...
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    We've had a Redbone since he was dumped in a box...

    We've had a Redbone since he was dumped in a box by the side of the road as a tiny thing. He's two now. Crated him his first year. He has the run of 15 acres with no climb and he uses every bit of it...
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    Don't know if you're in an at risk region, but my...

    Don't know if you're in an at risk region, but my mare developed extreme ear sensitivity that corresponded to a through the roof Lyme titer. The sensitivity was more pronounced on one side than the...
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    Crime is on the rise everywhere I believe. Aiken...

    Crime is on the rise everywhere I believe. Aiken County is the largest in South Carolina and it does indeed have some dicey areas. Also, as per above referenced article, it has some of the safest...
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    Wow, didn't know "of course" we have Lyme Disease...

    Wow, didn't know "of course" we have Lyme Disease in Aiken. Dealt with it daily in New England. Not so here personally. And also personally, haven't got murdered or robbed in Aiken. Nor anyone I...
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    We find Aiken extremely reasonable cost wise in...

    We find Aiken extremely reasonable cost wise in every way. Summers aren't as bad as we thought they would be, way fewer bugs than New England, no Lyme Disease that we know of, great winter weather,...
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    We've soaked for our sedentary, arthritic,...

    We've soaked for our sedentary, arthritic, laminitic metabolically compromised collection of lawn ornaments for years. And use a very sophisticated technique. Stuff muck buckets with hay, put a 5...
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    GOOD question.

    GOOD question.
  25. Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny not.

    Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny not.
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