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    01-26-2012, 11:58 PM
  #2271
Showing
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Originally Posted by Saskatchewan    
A horse doesn't have to be papered to be a good horse. Also, nowhere in the ad does he say it's "poorly put together". Maybe it's a gorgeous horse who does throw great unregistered colts. Are you just assuming it's poorly put together because it has no papers?
I'm guessing twogeldings is referring to an ad where there's a picture (or multiple pictures even) on it, however the ad is no longer available, so it's difficult to say. Also, I think twogeldings was being sarcastic in that part where they're referring to the horse as "poorly put-together."

Also, I think we can agree that there are enough "pretty" and "great" unregistered colts/fillies on the ground right now that need homes without needing to keep a less-than-"perfect" grade horse a stud just so he can make more "pretty babies" that will probably just end up going to slaughter. Because any way you look at it, a mustang is a grade horse and the world if full of those (I own one, actually...a grade horse, not a mustang ).
     
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    01-27-2012, 12:45 AM
  #2272
Yearling
"7yr. Paint gelding - $1500 (mckean,pa)

Date: 2012-01-26, 5:41PM EST
Reply to: sale-cwkr2-2819837490@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

CAN BE RIDDEN IS VERY HANDSOME, HAS 2 BLUE EYES. PLEASE CALL 814-434-6250 PLEASE NO EMAILS "
Well that's a relief....
     
    01-27-2012, 09:37 AM
  #2273
Weanling
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i have two beautiful loving horses for sale - $600 (New Market)
Date: 2012-01-26, 10:01PM EST
Reply to: sale-q2syt-2820216095@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

I have two horses for sale one is white with huskey blue eyes and one is brown with white on its face. The white one is 14.3 hands the and the brown one with white on its face is 16 hands.....these horses are all mares you can ride them they are very friendly loves to b babied ......the white horse ,her name is beauty she is a albino horse with sky blue eyes she is a rare horse im selling her for 300.00 the brown horse with white on her nose her name is harley she loves to ride she is a walking /racking im asking 300.00 for her .....the only reason we are selling these horses is because we are not going to have any where to put them we love them very much..if interested please call and ask for sheryl ***-***-**** these horses are located in new market tn
If she has an albino horse then that IS rare seeing how the albino gene does not even exist in horses. She should call some scientists and let them know. And also inform them that albinos ARE allowed color as her horse has blue eyes. Silly genetic scientists. What do they know?
     
    01-27-2012, 10:12 AM
  #2274
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Makes me wonder if it is actually a cremello? I have heard of an albino horse before, and they have to be kept out of the sun because their pink skin is super susceptible to sunburn. I have had an albino parakeet and my cousin had an albino siberian dwarf hamster. Something got messed up in the genes that leaves pigment absent.
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    01-27-2012, 10:18 AM
  #2275
Weanling
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Originally Posted by SunnyDraco    
Makes me wonder if it is actually a cremello? I have heard of an albino horse before, and they have to be kept out of the sun because their pink skin is super susceptible to sunburn. I have had an albino parakeet and my cousin had an albino siberian dwarf hamster. Something got messed up in the genes that leaves pigment absent.
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Probably just a gray horse with blue eyes. Albino horses do not exist. Other animals can be albino, including humans, but it does not happen in horses.
http://www.whitehorseproductions.com/white.html All pink skinned horses have to very well taken care of in regards to sun exposure. I had to put sunblock on my QH's nose every day because his nose was pink. Bless his heart. I miss him.
     
    01-27-2012, 10:29 AM
  #2276
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The ones I heard of were actually mules, and I don't know what color the eyes were. But cremellos are super light colored with blue eyes. You could only get blue eyes on a grey if they are a paint. The albino parakeet and the dwarf hamster both had red eyes, kinda freaky. The parakeet had no depth perception too.
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    01-27-2012, 05:00 PM
  #2277
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Originally Posted by furbabymum    
I gotta say my husband and I looked into getting one of these dogs for this purpose. We have 4 LARGE dogs (note avi) who would rip a cat to shreds. We figured if we got another dog to do the mousing it would be able to survive our house. :P Ended up just poisoning the stupid $*(&^&($#&*%
I don't mind people buying them for that reason, I just found it amusing the way they were advertising it in a horse section I used to have a boxer who was a ****ed good mouser - he used to come with me to work and would catch mice for the two kittens that we had - drop the mouse infront of them and watch them play with it. We used to just say "wheres the mouse osc!" and he'd go mad looking for them.

He went after a rat one time as well - it ran in the barn behind me and I screamed like a baby (cus that's the way I do things) and he took chase after it. It bit his nose
     
    01-27-2012, 05:08 PM
  #2278
Weanling
I have 2 hunting dogs. They're good at what they do. I've had the unfortunate experience of prying a cat out of their mouths. They were pulling it between them. I'll never bring a cat into the house for fear of that. Some dogs just don't do well with cats. Viszla is one of them. Boy that was depressing to write.
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too funny. My cats rule the house with an iron fist.

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no mice.
I think I've seen two dead ones in the past three years, one left for me as a "prize", and the other being thrown in the air to make it look "alive" for more fun time (read: torture).
     
    01-27-2012, 05:14 PM
  #2279
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Maple    
He went after a rat one time as well - it ran in the barn behind me and I screamed like a baby (cus that's the way I do things) and he took chase after it. It bit his nose
This just reminded me: Due to the sneaky people who sold us a house, we had some rats getting in our kitchen at the place I used to live. One morning I woke up because the dogs were making so much racket in our bedroom. I realized there was a rat in our room. I got the dogs out and was remarking about how it was the biggest, fattest rat I had ever seen in my life. As I went into the kitchen to find something to catch it with I passed by my pet rat's cage...and saw the door open and that he was not inside. Ugh! I ran back to the bedroom yelling, "It's Toby! It's Toby!" The poor thing was so freaked out. The dogs had nipped him some, but he was okay and very happy to get back in his cage. It did explain why he was so much bigger and, um, healthier, than the other rats. Lol
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    01-27-2012, 05:18 PM
  #2280
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Originally Posted by SmallTownGypsy    
This just reminded me: Due to the sneaky people who sold us a house, we had some rats getting in our kitchen at the place I used to live. One morning I woke up because the dogs were making so much racket in our bedroom. I realized there was a rat in our room. I got the dogs out and was remarking about how it was the biggest, fattest rat I had ever seen in my life. As I went into the kitchen to find something to catch it with I passed by my pet rat's cage...and saw the door open and that he was not inside. Ugh! I ran back to the bedroom yelling, "It's Toby! It's Toby!" The poor thing was so freaked out. The dogs had nipped him some, but he was okay and very happy to get back in his cage. It did explain why he was so much bigger and, um, healthier, than the other rats. Lol
pet rat???! Are ye mad?? Just jokin! Haha, thinkin of rats gives me the chills. Our house was built in the 1830s, we bought it as an old cottage and then renovated it. When it was the cottage it was infested.. and I mean the mice were only short of hoppin up on the couch and watchin telly with us. I used to get home, let Oscar in and shout get the mice, and he'd catch several in a go. It was disgusting. We lived in the cottage for several months, until I came home from work one day at 7 months pregnant and a mouse was sitting on my bed looking at me. I lost it then We ended up livin with the inlaws for a while...... I then came to realize that mice werent so bad LOL!
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