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        10-14-2013, 05:27 AM
      #141
    Weanling
    There sharp little pointies going to have vet look at them tomarrow
         
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        10-14-2013, 05:28 AM
      #142
    Weanling
    The next to last picture shows them best I should have used that one
         
        10-14-2013, 11:33 AM
      #143
    Showing
    He has learned to use you to get out of doing anything even coming into your space so you can love on him. He's not seeking your love, he knows what works and has no respect for you. When he's older and bigger, if he continues to do this, and it will get worse, you will rue the day you allowed it to happen and did nothing to correct it.
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        10-14-2013, 12:08 PM
      #144
    Weanling
    How do you suggest I get his respect? When he comes into my space I move him out and just because he dose it dosent get him out of working but he still tries it
         
        10-14-2013, 09:13 PM
      #145
    Weanling
    Ok vet was out today rogue got her teeth floated and doing good and twitch got another age gusse the teeth coming in are the two year start of his canines vet says he is almost two and we found out jake has COPD so he bas started antihistamines and other stuff I will post pictures later
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        10-14-2013, 10:23 PM
      #146
    Weanling
    Also we introduced twitch to a stud chain well rather the vet did and straightened him rite up and she gave me some tips and today I had "my space" so that's a plus and hopefully we won't need the stud chain for a while
         
        10-17-2013, 04:59 AM
      #147
    Weanling
    Ok picture time again! These are from Monday when rogue got her teeth floated
    Twitch being a silly good boy


    This one was from tuesday

    For some reason rogue was sweating really bad after the vet floated her teeth so she looks all wet


    Vet gave them both good check overs and is happy with there weight gain and told me to start exercising them a little more to build up muscle you almost can't see ribbs anymore! Now we need muscles but we are startin really slow and working up I have a lite work scedule for them mostly walking in the round pen and stretches also moveing my other mare to the property to encourage rogue to exercise in the feild on her own and twitch will be gelded as soon as I get the money ^__^
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        10-17-2013, 05:21 AM
      #148
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by darkiss4428    
    vet gave them both good check overs and is happy with there weight gain and told me to start exercising them a little more to build up muscle you almost can't see ribbs anymore! Now we need muscles but we are startin really slow and working up I have a lite work scedule for them mostly walking in the round pen and stretches also moveing my other mare to the property to encourage rogue to exercise in the feild on her own and twitch will be gelded as soon as I get the money ^__^
    Twitch now looks just like a skinny youngling! Rogue needs more weight, but she is better and I guess the teeth work will help. On the sweating part - the anesthetic makes them sweat, my 3yr old also was soaked during floating. Maybe you cannot see Rogue's ribs, but we can see her backbone. Ribs are no mark of how well the horse has put weight on. Usually they would even be covered last, but I guess it depends on each horse.
    Just keep feeding them, plenty of turnout with buddies to play with, and they will do fine :)
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        10-17-2013, 06:05 AM
      #149
    Weanling
    They stay out 24/7 and they get plenty of food and all the hay they can eat and are lazy mostly I can't wait till they are healthy it seems like it's been longer than 3 and a half months they will get there just going to take them a while I am aware they are still really thin but I also see how much they gained and how far they have come
         
        10-17-2013, 10:08 PM
      #150
    Weanling
    Today was a wet day for the horses but they are enjoying the co weather I worked with twitch on his eating manners and giving me space since the stud chain lesson he is backing up and giving me my space well and is even waiting at feed time untill I give him the ok to eat its only a few minutes and has stopped him from chargeing the feed bucket he now backs up and waits untill I tell him to eat rogue is also learning that the food isnt going anywhere she dosent charge the bucket or get pushy but that's the only thing on her mind so were working on waiting a few minutes with her she dosent have her food ready when she enters the feed aread now she gets brushed and loved on first then food is brought same with twitch

    They are spoiled!

    Ill get more pictures tomarrow
         

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