Sorry, I died for a week or so. My life is rediculous right now and just getting crazier!
This has to be short because I have a ton of homework and a killer migraine, but Kenzie is doing well :) She's going to have another trim next week and is slowly filling out. Still having some tenderness issues with her feet because apparently her frogs are about as bad as they can get, half the size they should be and shriveled up. We'll have a long road of farrier care ahead of us, but I'm excited to see the outcome.
She's still shedding that nasty coat hair by hair, but its coming out every day in the brush so I'm hopeful! xD She's such a sweet gal and I took her for her first short trail walk today. She was a little nervous but very curious and did her best to make me proud. I've started transitioning her over to her new feed and she's doing well, eating much more roughage which makes me very happy!
Anyways, I really can't give a long update right now but feel free to ask questions. On to the pictures! BTW, I took some conformation pictures of her that I'm posting in that section ;) go check them out! I know she's young and still on the thin side, but maybe I can get a little feed back.
Her ribs are finally dissapearing! I can actually feel some padding between them now, and I can't feel her spine <3
Excuse the lariat, I was desensatizing her ;)
She has this weird little cyst type thing on her shoulder where she had been gashed that I'm worried about. I don't know if you can see it, but its about dime sized and sore to touch. It feels like its filled with fluid and its squishy. I'm going to call the vet about it tomorrow and ask him to see it. Hopefully its just a bug bite or something, but you can't be too careful.
sleepy baby after the trail. Her halter is too big but her head keeps growing and her blue one wasn't fitting O_o she's between that weird weanling and yearling size right now. SO FRUSTRATING. But hey, that means shes growing!
Oh, and if you guys are interested, meet Camie ;) she's with me to learn her ground manners and start driving.