Type: Posts; User: LSM1212
Wow... what an awe inspiring story. :sadsmile:
Yep, my hubby too.
And in March of last year, he took a job up in Michigan. I didn't want to relocate so I stayed here. And he commutes each week.
In a way, it's easier. That way, he can...
Thanks! I just don't see the beagle. She is VERY fine boned. And just doesn't have any of the beagle characteristics.
When I first saw her, I thought Brittany mix. But now I see more Cocker. ...
She's a "pleaser". :) Not much on sniffing every inch but is definitely interested in new places. But that might just be because she wasn't socialized nor taken "out and about". She's actually...
This. Mine last about a year. Well worth the money. They are on my guy 24/7. I know they need to be replaced once I start seeing little nicks and cuts on the boot.
I just got it too. :)
Yep... happened to me in October. Lost my 10 yo BC suddenly. She was fine Saturday night, woke up Sunday morning and she wouldn't get up. Took her to the doggy ER and they found a tumor. :( ...
Thanks again... and Bluey's right. Doesn't really matter in the end what she is. Was just curious what other people thought she might be! Though I have shown dogs in the past, I don't anymore. I...
Thanks... if you can believe it, she was dumped on the side of the road. A limo service company near our airport saw the car pull up, they pitched her out of the car and drove away. :no: It took...
Spinoff from the ACD thread and DNA testing.
Here are pics of a cute pup I adopted back in November. We aren't 100% sure what kind of mix she is. Will keep my guess to myself for now. :)
Bossy Bib... all the way!
This is what my older dog gets... and does great on it.
Thanks for all the comments. My BM decided to keep the horses on night turnout this winter. They do stay in if it's icy or really wet and the pastures are slick.
The pastures don't have shelter. ...
Thanks for all the comments and info. I've tried, w/o success, to get him to go to the Dr to see what's up and do the sleep study. He just won't go! :( He's much worse now than when we got...
Obviously, it's done a lot during the late Spring, Summer and early Fall.
I guess I was wondering more about the winter time.
Does anyone keep their horses on night turnout year round?
Pluses? Minuses? Reasons why you do it?
How many of you sleep in another room because of a snoring spouse? Any good snoring "remedies"?
PS - I'm about to kill him. :winkgrin:
Hmmm... I didn't get that e-mail. I do spend more than $40 on supplements so this is good to hear!
ETA: Just saw mine increased $2.30 a month. I use the SmartPak supps and...
The sound of a peppermint wrapper. Or any wrapper really.
My guy can also "step out" of his bell boots (pull on's). Bell boot is off and in the field, completely intact. No idea how he figured...
Or you can go to any sporting goods store and they have patches for tents and such made of nylon and just stick on. I've used those and they hold up well. Even after being washed. :D
Thanks Swami Rabbit! Tell Stitch that I will try harder to come out more often. :) Even just to give him more peppermints. :lol: And I'm happy Brynne likes her new playmate. I had hoped I made...
Guess I'm a ding-a-ling too. Didn't find the box. Here you go:
I donated $30 so I could have one horse and one dog question.
I work 8am to 4:30pm (M-F). Barn is 40 minutes from my house. About 20 minutes from work. Work is 20 minutes from home. It's pretty much a straight line (home, work, barn). I was going out 3...
No, I didn't. It happened for a few months but I haven't seen him again since.