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  • Moving notice form for horse

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    12-14-2011, 12:10 PM
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I am over the old boarding facility. Ziggy has been moved and he is SO much happier. We liked this facility SO much that we got another horse. Which is now practically Ziggy's wife. I am just happy I don't have to deal with ANY BS at all. The boarders are nice. The owner is nice. The BO is nice. I have no problems what so ever.


P.S We think they weren't feeding Ziggy the last couple days he was there because he lost a lot of weight. They said he wasn't eating but I know that is bull because he started to get aggressive when we gave him food for the first couple times. Anyway, now he eats and is gaining a lot of weight back.
     
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