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    03-12-2012, 10:33 PM
Subbing :)
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    03-12-2012, 10:50 PM
Subbing to see these little guys or gals!!
    03-12-2012, 10:51 PM
Subbing Congrats! Stunning Sire!
    03-12-2012, 10:51 PM
K at the risk of sounding really dumb someone has to tell me what subbing stands
    03-12-2012, 10:54 PM
You just subbed ;) You post something in a thread and it notifys you when a new reply/s is added. Hope that helps :)
    03-12-2012, 10:56 PM
Originally Posted by sommsama09    
Subbing Congrats! Stunning Sire!
Thanks so much he is my hubbys baby.
We got him as a yearling from South Dakota. He is such a great boy. Very very well behaved. Enough that he is an easy boy to show, he does mounted drill team with him showmanship, halter, Pleasure and games. We are very proud of him. He has had 5 babies for us so far all girls all colored.
    03-12-2012, 10:57 PM
Can't wait to see the babies! Hope all goes well.
    03-13-2012, 09:17 AM
Ok so at the risk of getting beat up online Im going to share and ask for some other opinions....please read the full post before you comment.........Our Grey mare was bred in April a few months later for the first time in her life started coughing alot....we thought of most things and treated, one even being lungworm because we had a mini mule for a time that was a rescue and Gabby had spent some time in her pen after she was gone. In the end it was confirmed and Gabby was diagnosed with heaves. This is where I must say she was about 6 months along and we discussed terminating her pregnancy but the vet advised that it would be more dangerous that far along to terminate then to let her carry. Gabby is on Tri hist and albuterol when needed. She has done wonderfully through the winter and went months without even needing any meds. We have always been particular about hay and Gabby has no background of it that we have found. Yesterday Gabbys resperation started increasing to a little above normal. I gave her her tri hist but but last night she was wheazing pretty good. Gave her albuterol and have spent the night watching her. I also have dexamethasone for her but obviosly holding off on that my vet said to give her 15ml when she hits labor as it would help her greatly. I don't know if it was the weather change or what triggered this but my poor girl is having a rough go, I couldnt sleep been up watching her, just wish I could do more, going to call my vet here in a min. Has anyone else had to deal with this? My nerves are shot! Gabby will obviously not bred ever again and will just continue to be part of our family after she foals. Im still in the anger phase right now saying WHY weve always been careful with our hay never fed anything I thought was even remotely moldy or dusty, and I see so many horses that are fed filth and are 20 with no problems and am suprised their not dead! IDK any advice? (so everyone knows her hay is watered)
    03-13-2012, 10:51 AM
No Advice Op. I'm just sending good vibes your way.

To everyone that keeps posting "subbing" just an FYI but at the top of the thread there is a little menu called "Thread Tools" Click on it and it gives you the option of subscribing to a thread without having to actually post on it...
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    03-13-2012, 10:57 AM
But then NDAppy the OP wouldn't know we're all demanding photos as soon as they foals have dropped LOL

No advice here, but maybe speak to your vet and see if there is anything you can do to help her? Or maybe the foal is shifted and ready to come and its labouring her a bit? (I have no clue about horse pregnancies, for the record o.0)
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