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        04-11-2012, 09:52 AM
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    Originally Posted by Tasia    
    Hes been steadily getting better the last 2 days. This evening I moved him into a drier paddock and he started running around like an idiot, and he's lame again. He tore off his bandages too, I'm going to check him in the morning then call the vet. I just want to cry, my mother and father are going to start fighting about paying for it, because they fight about every penny. Maybe selling my soul will pay for it.
    Don't sell your soul.
    I'll never understand why parents allow their kids to have expensive animals then have a fit when something happens & money needs to be spent? All that does is cause frustration & worry for the child because they know what needs to be done but are powerless to do anything.
    OP, I hope things turn out well for you & your horse.
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