Raising Echo

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        02-23-2008, 11:26 AM
    Raising Echo


    It makes me hurt inside to imagine the pain Echo is going
    Through due to her leg. We have been wrapping it for
    Three days now and giving her a pennisciln shot directly
    After. Even though her leg is in bad condition right
    Now, I think she tolerated us cleaning it, putting medicine
    On it, an wrapping it more than the shots, she hates those
    Darn shots!

    Someone is supposed to be coming over today to suspect
    Her leg. I'm happy about that, we've been doing the best we
    Can, but I wanted someone more professional to look at it
    Who's been working with horses for years.

    She's been eating fine, and even getting around better
    On that bum leg, my grandpa said "One thing is for
    Sure, she's a strong little horse." It's true she's defianately
    A fighter. I'm never going to sell her, I have such a strong
    Connection with her I feel and we were meant to be

    Please keep Echo in your thoughts and prayers!

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