Type: Posts; User: Mosey_2003
Sorry, doesn't do it for me. Been bitten enough by them even that size with those needle teeth :no:
I can't fathom why on Earth anyone would WANT a pig for a pet :no:
More power to ya, I guess...
I wouldn't. It's great for driveways and the like, but I just don't think it's the right fit for an arena base. You want limestone and some fines that will pack in and the sand will grip to.
I started trimming my mare I had myself after losing my good trimmer (she got Lyme disease and never recovered fully enough to trim again, sadly). I don't like using a knife and my back isn't happy...
You'll want an angular sand, so not round river sand.
Go here and you can plug in your 50' and how many inches you decide:
Is your girth long enough? My preference is to have it on the first hole under the flap when fully tightened, if at all possible. If your buckles are sitting further down the barrel, that could...
Honestly, my plan is to use 4" x 4" square wood posts, a wooden rail on top, and two or three lines of Electrobraid underneath, with one inside the top rail too. Would something like that suit?
There, I edited if you'd like to edit your quote of me.
What's not helpful is all the drama centered on meds and tearing down the OP's horse for no good reason. That is where my comment was...
Absolutely ridiculous :no:
Uckele makes sugar free flavorings for feed, fyi.
Lay down a vinyl tablecloth or a bunch of newspaper and put a small x-pen on top and plop doggy in with her icky raw treat :)
I could see rib outlines on my Boxer until she was about 3 1/2 years old, some young dogs just take a long time to fill -out- rather than up :yes:
The hinds actually look pretty nice, just long.
Good job :)
Yes, eyes are always vet call.
It really is worth it to keep saline on hand, a few bottles. Many small bottles rather than one big one, as you should pitch it after it's open.
If you (or...
I'm still really torn between going back to school or getting a horse :uhoh: I can't do both. I *shouldn't* choose horse. But I waaaaaant..... :sigh:
I'd say two would probably suffice, if your herd gets along well. Maybe three.
Only solution is separating him or feeding the hay up higher.
Can you get something like this:
Or make one like...
I bought my first horse solo at the age of 18. Looked at her, liked her, wrote a check. Came back the next day with a cousin and a trailer. Sounds more like this seller had another reason she...
How can they do that? Are some places setting up these clinics without a vet? That would be wrong, in my opinion.
Dentists and massage and whatnot practitioners will just limit themselves to...
They mostly have anxiety when they know exactly what time dinner is supposed to arrive, and it doesn't.
I always fed in half hour windows. 6/6:30, 3:30/4, 8:30/9. So, they know roughly what...
I don't know why or how I started, but I do little hand signals with Max. Like, that motion you do with your hand when you're trying to sign that someone is talking? Like a puppet? I do that to...
Quite a few, actually. She was really over the top on the one about getting a horse to eat Prascend last week.
Sadly, me too.
If I couldn't find the right hay for a horse like that I'd probably euthanize, personally. Not with a bullet, but still.
Did you just move???