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post #1 of 29 Old 06-09-2011, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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Stewie the Moose 14 weeks old

By popular request, more Moose pics, and poor Big Bert is actually looking better, she is raising a big baby here.

He may be big but he still needs his Momma







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Look at this HUNK





And the superstar Momma

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post #2 of 29 Old 06-09-2011, 11:02 AM
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WOAH!! He is a hunk! And poor guy can barely eat off momma because he's so big! Lol is he part draft or something?


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GH, are you sure he wasn't born a yearling? My goodness he's a BIG BABY!

A very, very cute BIG BABY of course.

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Is he part Fjord? He's adorable and so fuzzy! He's like a giant teddy bear.

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is he part draft or something?

The only draft he has in him is whatever Bert carries in her %, she is supposed to be Draft x QH,

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Ah, he's freaking HUGE! And completely adorable. What a darling. What will you plan on doing with him?
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He's only fourteen weeks old and that big already? Haha! Wow.

He's super adorable, though.

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Ah, he's freaking HUGE! And completely adorable. What a darling. What will you plan on doing with him?
LOL yes to both huge and adorable, I'll work out what to do with him if he ever stops growing

I would love to point him towards an English discipline, dressage is my thing at the moment, but who knows if he will have the mind or the movement for it.

I think we'll have to wait and see what he matures like, it's going to be a struggle with him to keep remembering that he is just a baby, and not try and take him to fast because he is so big
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I think bert has secretly been feeding him growth hormones! She wants to see her baby grow up big and strong lol


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Holy cow! 14 weeks?!?!? No way!! I can see why you call him a Moose. Better start saving for the forklift you're going to need to keep his hay rack filled...
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