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  1. Laurierace, we are in NJ so yes this law would...

    Laurierace, we are in NJ so yes this law would apply.

    I sure hope it's enough of a fly in the ointment to stop this from happening.
    :no:
  2. So here's an update on this situation. This...

    So here's an update on this situation.

    This horse has not yet been euth'd.

    I was talking to the BO last weekend and she said that there may be a problem using her 'service' because of the new...
  3. This is my concern. That where I am in central...

    This is my concern. That where I am in central NJ, this is not really commonly done, and that the person who is going to do it is not experienced enough to do it cleanly. Now that others in the...
  4. PM, exactly - no judgement of the BO on my part. ...

    PM, exactly - no judgement of the BO on my part. The method is her decision to make. I also understand her thoughts of the mare being useful even after she's gone, and have no issues with that. ...
  5. I've seen many horses put down over the years,...

    I've seen many horses put down over the years, and have not seen a bad reaction to it. It is hard to watch but it's over very quickly. Not that I doubt that it could happen.

    I have seen a deer...
  6. I realize that if done correctly that this is a...

    I realize that if done correctly that this is a quick and painless end for the horse.

    But my concerns are about the person that is going to do this - I have never heard of this service in my 30+...
  7. Is this a kind end for an old friend ? SAD UPDATE POST 42

    The BO has an old mare (dentist estimates well over 30 years). This horse has been on the slow but steady decline for about a year now, but about 2 months ago injured her front leg, vet thinks it's...
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