Great job being a great horsie mommy, you seem to be doing everything right!
Hearing this makes me feel so much better about what Robbie is going through. :)
I always think if I'm doing more harm then good...what if he never recovers and he went through all of this for nothing? I can never imagine just giving up but at what point is it a lost cause? Even from the start of this I was (and still am) willing to do whatever I can for him - financially and such - but I always feel so guilty that I can't do more. I can't make him instantly better or promise he will have a good life because of this and it really discourages me because it seems like there might not be an end in sight. :(
At the moment, he is doing fabulous and I have high hopes for him so there is NO WAY I'm giving up on him. :) I'm just always thinking I can do more...even though I can't haha.
I have more pictures of the handsome beast tho!! He got his stall decorated for the holidays! :)
He is looking good! Im glad to hear he is doing so well. It honestly takes a very special horse to go through all of this. How is his appetite? Any signs of ulcers from him? Thatd be one of my fears with months of stall rest.
Did I miss the post where you say exactly what happened to him? I looking through this thread again and didnt see anything about his initial injury. Posted via Mobile Device
Hahahahahahhahaah!!! I know you, Blush!! I tie my big guy, Ronan, near Robbie's stall to tack up. We have met a couple times.
It just clicked that this thread is about a horse I see 5 days a week. Ha! Posted via Mobile Device