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Viewing all posts found for user riley1
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Posted on: 10:47:44 AM 5/14/2009

I agree, do not put her down! Try giving her her favorite treats there is such much you can do, but putting her down should not be an option. She is still very young and will snap out of it. She is probably lonely right no...

Posted on: 10:31:59 AM 5/14/2009

Yes, they are very rare, being 1-3,000 born. They are rare because they carry the double x chromosome, making him a xxy, and not an xy. It is called Klinefelter's syndrome, or better known as a hermaphrodite. The color gen...

Posted on: 10:04:09 PM 5/13/2009

I'm very sorry for your loss, it is always hard to say good bye to a loved one. How old is the filly? Try to put her with another horse to keep her company, and that might help.

Posted on: 4:55:15 PM 5/13/2009

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Posted on: 10:29:48 AM 5/13/2009

Yes you can give the peppermints, but not too many because they do have sugar. There are treats made for horses that are peppermint flavored, try giving them those because there are more nutrients in the treats than the ca...

Posted on: 5:01:46 PM 5/11/2009

Adoption centers such as pounds will spay or neuter and 2 months when a kitten is adopted. I personally think that is too young, and if you have the choice, it should be done 4-6 months. If you plan on letting her outside,...

Posted on: 4:53:14 PM 5/11/2009

I agree with max and illusionminis,I have 4 cats and they are indoor only, there is just to many "ickys" and problems when they go outside. I have several cat condos that alows them to be up high to look through the window...

Posted on: 12:43:27 PM 5/10/2009

I also feed California Natural to mine as well, I also feed it to my cats and everyone loves it! I can also buy it from a local feed store, and you are right the price is very good, and it is also a high quality food. Best...

Posted on: 9:24:31 PM 5/9/2009

LOL, yeah I just got my big guy trimmed yesterday, and she was going crazy! Thanks for your opinion, I used to let my older dog eat them, but I didn't konw if it would be OK for the baby.

Posted on: 7:34:39 PM 5/9/2009

Hi, I have heard mixed reviews online that horse hoof trimmings are OK for dogs and puppies to eat, but not too much because the may vomit. My puppy is always trying to eat them, but I don't let her because I do not want t...

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