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Fateful Conversation

Jason was telling me a couple of weeks ago about a conversation that he had with our vet. The vet said that given that the majority of our boarders are either elderly and/or retired due to soundness issues it is amazing how little they see us. Jason said the vet was really giving us a compliment and that he wrapped it up by saying that we were the perfect example of getting the basics right and therefore eliminating a lot of need for him (the vet).

I cringed as Jason was recounting this conversation. Jason was a bit surprised by my reaction and didn’t understand why I was looking so unhappy about this complimentary conversation. I said to Jason it was tempting fate way too much and that now we were going to go on a streak of seeing the vet.

To be specific we’ve seen the vet three times since that fateful conversation. Thankfully all of our needs have been manageable things like a cut that needed a couple of stitches, one of the horses choked (on soaked feed no less!!), stuff like that. Hopefully three is the magic number and we can go back to our usual state of not seeing or talking to our vet for weeks and weeks at a time!


Levendi and Leo


Trigger and Apollo

Wiz and Sebastian

Johnny and Tiny . . .

. . . Tiny and Johnny switched roles

Asterik and Winston


Rocky and Kennedy

Welcome to our new arrivals; Regis pictured below . . .

. . . and Silky

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