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        05-20-2013, 11:37 PM
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    If BO can legally get the dental/hoof/whatever done in lieu of owner getting them done, & legally charge owner, that's a splendid idea!

    Yet, the problem remains that the owner doesn't care enough to voluntarily maintain the horse & give the horse a life. So, BO needs to do all within his/her power to demand that the owner get on track, or else re-home the horse.

    I'm disappointed in not only the owner, but the BO. Hel-LO, you can't allow neglect/abuse at your barn!
         
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