Type: Posts; User: saultgirl
They don't want to take photos. They want to hunt. There are plenty who do the "safari" thing and only take pictures. Some want to hunt.
If you're not seeing fleas or flea dirt, it could definitely be something other than fleas. Our dog had a bout of itchy spots and the vet said flea allergy dermatitis, but there were definitely no...
Even in the dead of winter in Michigan? My mare barely grows enough to trim in 12 weeks in the winter.
The money for the hunt often goes towards preservation/conservation efforts. We are talking about animals who exist in areas where living conditions for people are very poor. Do you think the...
I looked it up briefly and it seems she was participating in all legal hunts. Unless we're talking about poaching I don't have a problem with it any more than the more familiar deer, bear or moose.
I'm confused - how did you not find out until day 3?
And if she is waking you up to go out, doesn't that indicate she knows she's supposed to go outside?
No, I don't have television, but "dead animal victims"??
So if your husband didn't want your son to be involved with the group just because the leader is gay, you would be ok with that?
When man made God things got a lot worse.
I think asking like that *is* quite presumptuous. Why would you assume you don't have to fulfill your obligations under your boarding contract?
Board should be paid in full, and the barn owner...
I would probably still use them within 6 months.
Honestly, we got a twin-size mattress from a dumpster behind a furniture store (with permission), stripped all the fabric/padding, and we tow it behind the atv. We can use it "as is" to just break...
You said you didn't agree with people hunting for meat if they could afford to buy it at the grocery store.
Why not raise the bar a little further -- they have a choice not to eat meat at all,...
Too poor to buy beans and rice? Instead they had to go out shooting stuff and slitting throats?
So you don't talk to anyone in your family of hunters??
"Thus the Indians engaged in fishing and hunting not only to secure food, and hides for clothing and other uses, but as...
Horses are social animals and should be kept with other horses or at least some type of animal to keep them company.
It's a bit of a ritual to pose for photos with the animal and mount the head or display the antlers/pelt, etc, isn't it? Or those don't count if they are not majikal Native rituals?
Please explain how "rituals" erase the pain/fear the animal experiences while dying (especially when those deaths were not from a quick bullet). Thanks in advance.
I think she was referring to the idea that there was neither pain nor fear involved.
For me, I would try to make a joke out of the awkward moment (if I can think quickly enough to keep ahead of it) i.e. "Pfft, of course - I don't think we talk about anything other than you."
Is it legal to hunt endangered species? I don't think anyone here was advocating for poaching.
I think the parallel I draw, is that the photo isn't just about the dead body in the pictures. For the baby picture, it is about the hope, the plans, the love. For the animal, it's about... well, I...
He would be safer turned out alone, then. You'll reduce risk of injury way more by keeping him by himself than you ever will putting boots on, in my opinion.
What type of injury are you trying to prevent? Does your horse regularly interfere, pull off shoes, etc?
I've never bothered with boots for turnout except for bell-boots for a horse who would...