I have a fancy show pony that I own who is currently be boarded at another facility. I've been keeping him there to save expenses while I have no use for him at the moment. He has been boarded there for a few months with few problems. Today I was notified that his tail has been chewed off. It's horrible. He is a welsh pony with a beautifully thick & long mane and tail, and now his tail is just destroyed.
I'm curious as to what I should do about this. I really feel like I should be compensated in some way since I do pay for board there. Also the horse that did this, did it to another horse before so it was already a known problem. The farm owner is really "sorry" but the sorry just doesn't seem like enough to me. What would you all do? I don't want to be overly dramatic, but just looking for some sound advice.