Other than dogs. I tried looking up my old horse thread but had no luck. Lets see pics of what critters you got other than dogs, cause they've already got their own thread. My new (two weeks) horse. Charlie is a perch/quarter horse cross. The gentle giant a true husband horse. Lol.
That's what I'm talking 'bout. Cats are cool. We've got four around now ill try to grab a pic when I can. Without cats here we'd be overrun with vermin. Our hay has not a chewed string or a mouse crap in it. Winter before this last I had to buy a few bails off a neighbor because we sold to many and they don't have cats. Well they sure had mice!
I like dogs 100 times better, but when my last dog died after 16 years it about killed me. Now I stick with a couple of cats and when they're gone I think I'll be done with (the HAIR everywhere) cats. I'd like to have a dog again someday, but for now I enjoy my neighbors dogs - they love me... I keep a tupperware container full of Beggin' Strips in my truck.
Well. Looking like my new horse is lame. Old injury the vet figures, chronic. Some tough choices to make in the next week or so. Nicest horse I've ever met. Seriously. Ground tie, patient, cold blooded, no vices. Seemed to good to be true so probably is. The seller will take him back, so that's how it's looking. I wish my wife had had a x-ray done. Was trailered to a vet to confirm lameness.
I'm an animal lover and not a real cowboy so its not easy for me. I feel more than obligated to insure that this horse isn't mistreated.
Sucks if I can't ride him. I can't see keeping him. I'm considering trail wring him in for a x-ray. I can't believe it wasn't done?
Lame is a generic term for any horse that isn't moving right or has some ailment. This horses is in his fetlock. I've ridden him a handful of times but the vet said today not to ride him. I haven't ridden him since I determined he was possibly lame.
Sucks for him. A x-ray could've helped determine what is actually wrong with him.