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    03-04-2012, 07:29 PM
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Thanks for the replies and welcomes!
He already has more energy, and is looking a bit better. We had him out today, rubbed him down gently and took him for a walk. He was really good, Im sure happy to get out.
We have him on beet pulp 2x daily, as much hay as he will eat and are slow starting senior feed. Fresh water always available.
I HOPE THE PICS ARE ATTACHED! The photos are from today!!
Not sure if you can see, but he does have sutures on his nose. (long story) I had hired a horse hauler and somehow he arrived needing sutures. Anyway, it was taken care of immediatly and he is good now.
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