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    07-02-2010, 10:46 AM
Originally Posted by Cinnys Whinny    
I really doubt spending a whole thread saying "I told you so" is really going to do more than make her feel completely horrid about something sh has no control over.
There comes a point in a situation like this where yes, making her feel horrid is all that we have left.

She asks for advice time and time and time and time and time again and ignores it. And then is all 'oh my, my pony is hurt, so shocking'.

She needs to feel horrid. It is her fault.

If her parents will not come thru then sell the horse so it has a chance at a healthy life with a responsible owner.

This is not rocket science.

Who the heck is PO, BTW? You keep saying PO.

Originally Posted by Cinnys Whinny    
Not true, my vet at the time INSISTED that the person paying the bill be present at all exams so that he could get THEIR consent on how to proceed with treatment. I understand any vet who does this because of course any KID is going to agree to all sorts of treatment for their beloved horse and then the parent NOT pay the bill because the child said yes to the most expensive route of treatment.
I am not sure how we got to having an adult present at the time of the visit morphed from your original comment. I was commenting on it.

Originally Posted by Cinnys Whinny    
Some vets won't come out if they are called by a minor. I remember when I was 16 and my horse went lame the vets office told me I had to have my mom call them in. My mom knew ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about horses and couldn't even answer their questions.
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    07-02-2010, 10:47 AM
What im so confused about is that why is it always your horse that this happens to and nobody else?
Im not agreeing with this situation but if your a minor and for financial reasons your parents are behind on boar there is nothing you can do.
Howver I would get a vet out to see if she got penetrated and abort the foal now instead of waiting until its to late.

In regards to the cut its not as bad as it looks and there is not a huge amount you can do really as it will all get rubbed off.
    07-02-2010, 10:52 AM
Green Broke
Okay, I think we are going to stick a fork in this one, it's done...

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