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    I can't say enough good things about Bromont -...

    I can't say enough good things about Bromont - lower key but spectacular cross country, and a really amazing location. You can spend Saturday night after XC day in Montreal, and it's usually the same...
  2. I have a 20yo gelding still in work. Lots and...

    I have a 20yo gelding still in work. Lots and lots of big forward stretchy walking. I walk for a minimum of 15 minutes on a loose rein, and often get it close to 25 after I pick up the reins and do a...
  3. Anyone playing the grocery store Monopoly game?

    The one where they give you the pieces at checkout and you have to past them to the board. It's at Shaw's and a bunch of other places.

    I have a theory that they spread the game pieces out across...
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    Poll: I'm not wild about it, but I've seen it work out...

    I'm not wild about it, but I've seen it work out ok. The UVM Morgan Horse Farm raffles off a UVM-bred foal every year. I think they've had good luck with it in the past - I don't know if they have...
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    AGREE. Wow. Shiraz is a machine. What an amazing...

    AGREE. Wow. Shiraz is a machine. What an amazing horse - and CR is one for the future. Seriously, what is up with leaving her off the lists?!
  6. I started my mustang at 11, and he was totally...

    I started my mustang at 11, and he was totally green. Not range-wild anymore (he'd sat untouched at his first home and then at a rescue since he was 5), but so green that he didn't know how to pick...
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    Speak to me about dog fencing

    We are in the process of buying a house. Said house has a small-ish back yard and is in town. Right now, it's got a rail fence that I would describe as decorative enclosing half of the space -...
  8. Thanks for all the words of caution, they're...

    Thanks for all the words of caution, they're actually making me feel good because I feel like I've mostly got the answers under control!

    The wedding will be in the early fall, and of all the...
  9. Thank you all! Regarding the long time on the...

    Thank you all!

    Regarding the long time on the market - yeah, it's probably the biggest point of concern for me. This is probably not a forever house, as much as we do love it. But it really...
  10. I've been working on a lot of focus games with...

    I've been working on a lot of focus games with our young dog. She is very good on walks until she's not, and then she hits the end of the leash chasing a leaf, squirrel, funny shadow, you name it.
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  11. Help me get over first house buying anxiety!

    So, fiancé and I have received an unexpected inheritance with the directive that it be used to purchase our first house, which fits in perfectly with our goals.

    We've done a TON of research. We've...
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    NO!!! I can't even find words to say how...

    NO!!!

    I can't even find words to say how heartbroken I am. :( :( :(
  13. How to keep young dog from scratching up doors?

    We have a lab/hound/boxer/something puppy who's just over a year old. She's got all the energy you'd expect, in short bursts, but after some tough stints as a younger puppy she's really maturing...
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    Yes and no? Really bad abscesses can push down...

    Yes and no? Really bad abscesses can push down and impact the coffin bone, causing stress fractures or pedal osteitis. Bad abscesses can also be the symptoms of bigger problems with the coffin bone....
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    Hard ventral edema?

    My horse is presenting with an odd swelling on his belly/chest right now. It looks quite a bit like a small ventral edema, but it's hard, no pitting whatsoever, and it's just on his right side, a...
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    Ongoing eye issues?

    I am pretty close to my wit's end with this. Luckily, it hasn't been serious, knock wood, but it is maddening.

    Background: 19yo mustang gelding, in light to moderate work (semi-retired), diagnosed...
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    My older gelding really started to turn around on...

    My older gelding really started to turn around on pergolide at 5 weeks, and my vet says she likes to wait a full 8 weeks to make sure everything has kicked in. It's a systemic drug; it needs time to...
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    I think once a month after the loading dose is a...

    I think once a month after the loading dose is a good place to start. We did that for about 9 months, and then moved up to once every three weeks, with great results. He was just feeling NQR in that...
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    Thanks, everyone, for your continued & excellent...

    Thanks, everyone, for your continued & excellent feedback! Lots of food for thought here, including some really good ideas about how to manage the hockey rink possibility. I'd love if we have enough...
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    Thank you everyone! It does sound like I should...

    Thank you everyone! It does sound like I should be aiming more for 10-12 acres.

    I know this area very well, and we're willing to be patient. If the right land doesn't present itself in the next 12...
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    How much land do I really need?

    Due to some exciting circumstances, we might be hunting for a small hobby farm this summer.

    I'm still trying to decide what my parameters for land would be, exactly, and figuring that out will...
  22. Totally agree with those suggesting testing for...

    Totally agree with those suggesting testing for insulin resistance and Cushings. My horse has always been susceptible to allergies and goopy eyes, but this late summer/fall we just could not stay on...
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    Strictly speaking, you don't need it - but you're...

    Strictly speaking, you don't need it - but you're really, really going to want it. It's a relatively small investment and it makes a HUGE difference. I won't haul a bumper pull without one.
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    He'll be more surefooted on ice barefoot than he...

    He'll be more surefooted on ice barefoot than he would be with shoes, unless you're going with borium + studs on the shoes. I've hacked my horse out with shoes on front, barefoot on back, and he's...
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    Thank you everyone for your advice! Right now I'm...

    Thank you everyone for your advice! Right now I'm using an old Singer but it would definitely not hold up to anything more substantial than the fleece I'm working with right now, mayyyyybe some...
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