Originally Posted by Fluffy Pony
If they can't afford an extra 200 bucks a month for vet bills.... then maybe you shouldn't be owning a horse >.>
Sometimes, when people get their first horse, they don't realize or know the "hidden" costs. They know how much they have to pay to buy the horse and how much to board, but not the vet bills, the farrier, for floating, vaccinations, etc.
Originally Posted by JustDressageIt
That is a drop in the bucket for horse ownership - that is cheap, cheap, cheap. If one can't afford that fee, one shouldn't own a horse.
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The cheapest part of owning a horse is the purchase price!