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post #401 of 969 Old 04-15-2013, 01:04 PM
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I can't find anything. She was the sister of one of our physicians at the hospital .. All I know is it was saturday .. single car accident.. she was a vet .. she owns horses but I'm unsure if she was a large or small animal vet .. and she was only 5 feet tall.

I didn't want to pry, ya know?

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post #402 of 969 Old 04-15-2013, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
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Oh how sad! :( I doubt it was the lady that came out for us , as I'm 4'11 and she was a quite a bit taller than me. That's terrible though. Her poor family!

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post #403 of 969 Old 04-15-2013, 01:11 PM
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Her husband was waiting for her out at her horses .. she never showed up .. :(

Sad stuff ..

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That must have been so terrible for him :( I've always worried that something like that would happen to my family if they were late. Having something like that happen so close to home really strikes a nerve! This area of the state is getting kind of ridiculous. I used to always think I would stay here, but now I'm just not so sure...

On a happier note, BO just called to tell me that the SWAT and, in her words "A bunch of other crap" just came in for Kenzie. That was fast!!! The 'bunch of other crap' is what sounds like a sample of 'marigold scented' MicroTek gel. I looked it up on the internet and apperently it helps with minimizing scarring and keeping infection away? Cool! Maybe Kenzie will smell like marigolds when you come to pick her up, Fayde...

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I love SWAT ... pink or clear?

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I love SWAT ... pink or clear?
Hehe...I really debated which to order, but I went with clear
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Ha, I put bright pink on my German shepherds ears in the summer as he loves to dig a hole and lay in it, while the flies land on his ears!!!
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Oh our gelding has to wear it around his eyes all summer because the bugs bother his eyes ..

It's bright pink baby!

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Well I tried to get that Swat on her ear today, but she was having none of it. She's been extra skittish today for some reason and it took me forever to even catch her. I'm not sure what was up with that. I'm also a little nervous with her which I'm SURE doesn't help, because she's fairly spooky and is likely to kick or run into me if she gets scared of anything. I'm starting to realize just how little I know about yearlings, I think. I know I've said it a billion times already, but I'm REALLY glad she's going to a home with an experienced horse owner. I'm the opposite of that!

When the vet comes tomorrow he's going to apply the Swat for me, then I'll go from there I guess xD
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She's just getting tired of her ear being messed with. The fact that she is being a pain is actually a good sign. She is starting to act like a normal yearling rather than a very sick baby.

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