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  1. #21
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    Cute little zombie. Reported for spam.

    StG



  2. #22
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    I think this one was an inadvertent bump of an old thread instead of advertising/spam, based upon some Googling, so post or not based on the knowledge that it's an old thread.

    Thanks for letting us know!
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  3. #23
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    He is SOOOO cute- and he looked so familiar to me- I could swear I have seen him somewhere before...

    http://www.screeninsults.com/images/...ream-small.jpg

    Please- put a hat on him and the pics will go viral.

    He has such a beautiful face- such sweet eyes- if his forelock had been hiding them- well GOOD RIDDANCE.



  4. #24
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    Pumpkin is a SCARY dead ringer for my first Mini. @_@

    How old is he? Did he come to you or your friend by way of New England?
    "The nice thing about memories is the good ones are stronger and linger longer than the bad and we sure have some incredibly good memories." - EverythingButWings



  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by clanter View Post
    this is the smallest that I am aware of
    http://www.breyerhorses.com/Olivia

    I didn't see that it came with any poops though. I suppose you could make your own- perhaps a crafty person can chime in and explain how!!!



  6. #26
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    He is too cute....can you imagine with mini-donk friend!?
    Julie
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    Safer, Stronger, Lasts Longer!
    Godspeed BARBARO--Run fast and free!



  7. #27
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    I have this: http://www.valleyvet.com/ct_detail.h...2-d4ec552accc7

    I've had it for about 5 years and it gets used nearly every day, and it is fabulous! never had a broken tine, it's in GREAT shape!!! and the tines are close together so it's great for picking up little poop. and pee spots.



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    Another vote for the fine tines fork from Valley Vet. I've used it for years with my minis. It also works great for picking up manure in big horse sand paddocks (much better than regular pitchfork). Your mini is ADORABLE!!!!! You're gonna have SO much fun. And they are very good at making you think you're starving them. They are capable of looking at you with a pile of hay in front of them and somehow convincing you that it isn't enough. Be firm with yourself. Weigh the hay - it's the best way. Can I also tell you that you will soon figure out you MUST HAVE ANOTHER MINI. One is not enough.
    R.I.P. Ollie (2007-2010) You were small in stature but huge in spirit. You will never be forgotten.

    Godspeed, Benjamin (1998-2014). A life well-lived. A horse well-loved.



  9. #29
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    that mini reminds me of Moe from the Three Stooges!!! What a fabulous haircut!!! Ha!!



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