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post #111 of 119 Old 12-16-2011, 08:52 AM
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Exactly. It's not an issues of breeding in general. It's an issue of breeding without knowing if the horses carry a genetic disease and not caring to find out before breeding, along with the lack of vet care.
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post #112 of 119 Old 12-16-2011, 09:58 AM
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^^ Yup! Lack of CARE and CARING. Pretty much sums it up.
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post #113 of 119 Old 12-16-2011, 10:39 AM
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this topic is alittle nuts. instead of pointing out flaws with the op since i think she understands you are all pretty angry/annoyed the horse hasnt been seen by a vet, how about you start a new thread about what proper prenatal care is.

she never asked for opinions she was just showing everyone pictures. not saying i agree with the whole doctor issue here but after 12 pages of bickering i think she gets the point.
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post #114 of 119 Old 12-16-2011, 10:43 AM
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Unfortunately kait, she doesn't. Which is the reason people get frustrated and continue to rant.

The OP is the very definition of a neglectful, crappy, backyard breeder, and responsible horse people find that reprehensible.
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post #115 of 119 Old 12-16-2011, 10:46 AM
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that might be true but the op hasnt been on here since i think page 7 or earlier forget the page. no matter what ppl say on here it wont change anything. the best thing you can do is cross your fingers and hope.

and to keep this from happening again start a new thread with what people consider proper prenatal care for future backyard breeders or whoever to look and see if they are on the right track.
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post #116 of 119 Old 12-16-2011, 10:59 AM
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I agree that it's futile to continue to rant, but people will do that when angry and frustrated.

I don't think putting a sticky up about prenatal care will help, especially if someone is bound and determined not to spend money, since they think they know better than experienced, established breeders.

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that might be true but the op hasnt been on here since i think page 7 or earlier forget the page. no matter what ppl say on here it wont change anything. the best thing you can do is cross your fingers and hope.

and to keep this from happening again start a new thread with what people consider proper prenatal care for future backyard breeders or whoever to look and see if they are on the right track.
Great idea Kait. Sounds like a positive, proactive direction to pursue.. I'd be interested in some good prenatal/foaling info as well, and I'm sure many others, pro and beginner alike, could benefit from it.

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post #118 of 119 Old 12-16-2011, 11:15 AM
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I agree that it's futile to continue to rant, but people will do that when angry and frustrated.

I don't think putting a sticky up about prenatal care will help, especially if someone is bound and determined not to spend money, since they think they know better than experienced, established breeders.

very true sr people are a very determined race if i must say so :)

it wouldnt hurt to sticky a thread like that. maybe i will try to start it and see if people will put there info there :)
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At this point, this thread is going in circles. I hope the OP gets proper care for her mare and that the mare has a safe foaling. With that, closing this one.

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