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    09-20-2011, 10:39 PM
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Thumbs up Gingers limp

SEEMS LIKE GINGER,THE RESCUE QH, IS IMPROVING. Today when I went out she was really moving good. Before you could really see her limp. She would even drop her front on the right side, like shehad to give it her all to move. Today you actually had to look hard to see the limp. Hopefully it was just a bruised frog and soreness from having those long hooves. Everyone keep praying for her. My boys are in love with her as well. We all look forward to our evening walk and treats with her. She is usually waiting at the gate for us when we are on time and she greets us as we walk up and tells us bye when we leave. She really has a big heart,and I hope that love and tenderness will pull her through. Keep praying for us. Thanks for any advice that you can offer. I am new at this and really took on alot by making a rescue our first.
     

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