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  1. #1
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    Default Looking for good, reliable Farrier - Sebastpol, CA

    So I am looking for a farrier to trim my guy. He is barefoot so it is pretty simple. I have had a couple guys out but they pretty well screwed up some really good feet.

    So - does anyone know a GOOD farrier that will travel to Sebastopol, that is honest, shows up and doesn't change a million $$ for a trim?

    would love to hear recommendations!
    thanks!



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    Hey there, I used to live in Sonoma county, Petaluma and Santa Rosa, but now live in Sacramento area, but Many many years ago (10 at least) and the farriers I used to use were Jesse Deck, Rod Decker, and Pat Morris. They may be retired now, don't know. Another resource you may want to try is Selena at the Horseshoe Mart. She is the central supply for farriers in the county so she's seen or met everyone, probably knows whose good or bad, ( word travels fast you know) and maybe can recommend someone for you to try. Give her a call and pick her brain- she's really nice.



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    thank you! i really appreciate the info



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