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post #11 of 24 Old 02-03-2013, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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Agree with EvilHorseOfDoom and Spotted - now to add, how about seriously boarding your horse somewhere else then? I sure would!! :)

Ooooh! Great idea too, Chubbypony!
This is my grandfathers house and the only place to 'board' around. I tried bringing the horses up here and they lost weight and get very skinny. I also have a few very aggressive horses(all are rescued) and one has attacked people several times and even killed a cow.

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post #12 of 24 Old 02-03-2013, 10:27 PM
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How old are you, OP?
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post #13 of 24 Old 02-03-2013, 10:28 PM Thread Starter
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I always try to go out there when she isnt there. They are mouching off my grandfather and her and her bf live there. her bf is my grandpas girlfriends son.

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How old are you, OP?
im 20. she is 17. they removed me from high school due to my panic attacks. i did it online and finished earily.

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post #15 of 24 Old 02-03-2013, 10:34 PM
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Could you talk to her parents about the behaviour of her dogs? Maybe a reasonable adult will better understand why you need your dog with you. If you don't feel comfortable, maybe have your mom do it?
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post #16 of 24 Old 02-03-2013, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Could you talk to her parents about the behaviour of her dogs? Maybe a reasonable adult will better understand why you need your dog with you. If you don't feel comfortable, maybe have your mom do it?
Ya she doesnt live with her mom anymore they fight and she stolled money from her mom so many times. she gets mad if she doesnt get whatever she wants. it is very annoying. also my old lab is sick and she told me he is going to die because he has dog food poisoning and that shook me up really bad.

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I tried to ask her to put the dog inside while i was working out my horse and she flipped out. I feel very... cant think of the word but to describe it i will say 'small' around her, she has broken me down so many times telling me horrible things about me how my muscles are gross(She is 5'4 and 85 pounds, super skinny) because i work out. She also won beauty padgents and she puts literally everyone down, including people who were protesting for their rights she said we should shoot all of them. She makes me feel really depressed, she has a bf who just bought her a new car a hybred and she thinks she is 'all that'. Idk what to do.
She sounds like a negative nacy and very insecure about her self, I would move your horse and try to steer clear of her. People like this although they are family are not worth your time and better off just seeing her at family gatherings when others are around. If this is not possible dont give her the time of day.

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She sounds like a negative nacy and very insecure about her self, I would move your horse and try to steer clear of her. People like this although they are family are not worth your time and better off just seeing her at family gatherings when others are around.
ok but i cant find a boarding place for 5 horses(Trust me i tried). ill just work with the one horse i have here for a while. hopefully they will move.

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ok but i cant find a boarding place for 5 horses(Trust me i tried). ill just work with the one horse i have here for a while. hopefully they will move.
IMO Just dont give your cousin the time of day she doesn't deserve it.
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Okay, you clearly don't get on with your cousin so I'm going to put that to one side for now; some people just don't get on.

You say that the other dog bit your dog, and your dog started growling. This sounds like the kind of situation that two people see very differently:

Dog Owner 1 "our two dogs were play fighting when the new one starts growling really viciously at mine. My dog was scared. I stopped the fight and reprimanded the dog that had shown aggression. Then I calmed my dog down"

Dog Owner 2 "our two dogs were playing and her dog bit mine. My dog growled in self defence, but then she hit my dog and petted hers."

Do you see my point? Without all of us being there we can't judge which dog owner really did the right thing. Maybe neither of you?!

So, back to your cousin. You're not going to be best buddies, and quite possibly she has lots of grievances against you that she's venting on a forum right now but the world is full different people. Keep to your own space, don't try to avoid her nor to be with her. Just accept that she is alive and in your family too.

Get up, get going, seize the day. Enjoy the sunshine, the rain, cloudy days, snowstorms, and thunder. Getting on your horse is always worth the effort.
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