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post #61 of 86 Old 03-26-2012, 01:25 PM
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What a handsome boy. Glad he turned out okay :).
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His shoulder is almost completely healed! He gets a little stiff when it's really cold but that's expected.

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We start lunging tomorrow. 5 minutes of trotting! The vet ok'd this and said if any limping comes out of it she wants to see him again but so far I haven't seen any recently.

On another growing up and progressing note: WE HAVE A BALL! Well actually there are two but so far the left one is playing favorite and has been most consistently decended. The right one still sits high but I can feel it and once in every couple days it sneaks down for a quick groping before hiding again.
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Haha congratulations! Can't wait to see more pictures of his beautiful trot!

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I figured since there's plenty of girly parts floating around why not take a picture of his slowly filling sack? He was confused by the bright light that went off between his legs. Haha I would have posted just like a proud mama but I fell asleep.
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I figured since there's plenty of girly parts floating around why not take a picture of his slowly filling sack? He was confused by the bright light that went off between his legs. Haha I would have posted just like a proud mama but I fell asleep.
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Been following this thread since it started. Happy to hear he is healing nicely, and he is just getting more and more beautiful!

And it's nice to hear that he is... erm... manning up
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Here's pictures and yes I included the one of the floating lime. It turns circles and bounces around but it's the most consistently descended one of the two.
He stands tied inside or outside for brushing, shedding out, picking feet, hugs, snuggles. He's a good boy. He's of course on a quick release and hasn't yet tested being tied so if/when that comes he *hopefully* won't get screwed and tied up if the string pull works correctly. He's a very good boy. He does pace, doesn't like the furminator on his neck and he has to bend all the way around to see what you're doing if you're brushing his butt but he's not nervous, just very very curious. If you need your brush held because you have a hoof pick in one hand and a mane comb in the other he'll happily take it in his mouth and hold it for you. His favorite is the rubber squish on the furminator handle. He sucks on that until I ask for it back.
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What a handsome fellow! Thanks for the update.
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