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        04-06-2013, 09:47 PM
    I feel your pain Lockwood. My sweetheart is treating his stall as a porta-potty right now, and it sure is not pretty. I have no idea what's gotten into him (I sure know what's coming out of him). I board too, so you can imagine how thrilled they are with his antics.
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        04-07-2013, 12:42 AM
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    Originally Posted by Sunnylucy    
    Ah Desert, you are one lucky woman. My charmer managed to poop directly into his grain bucket today (it hangs on the wall). I'm starting to think he's sending a message that he doesn't like where he is now. I wish I could figure what is going on with him, he used to be so neat. He went from Felix to Oscar (I know I'm aging myself with the Odd Couple reference). :)
    I would dare to say he's either not happy where he is or, probably not used to this type of housing, feels threatened by eventual neighbors.
    Put food and water outside, or at least in front of the shed, so he spends most of his time outside. And watch him, from a distance, what he thinks of that...i. E. Being stressed, liking it.
        04-07-2013, 11:46 AM
    Congratulations, he pooped in a bucket!
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