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Date:7/22/2014 11:53:33 AM
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Voted today Glad your back
We don't grow our own hay, and that is exactly why, risky business, especially in Ontario, you just can not predict the weather, our "hay guy" is a neighbor, he knows how fussy I am, he knows I will not except rained on, I have been buying from him for years, I trust him and he grows nice horse hay. He delivers and puts it up for me, can't beat that. Your clinic sounds great, don't be nervous, it is suppose to be fun remember. It sounds like your coach really pushes you, I'm not being critical, but maybe she puts too much pressure on you. Well, Dr. Cook will be looking for an update this morning. Happily I can report improvement. The increased meds have perked her up some, she is peeing better and her appetite seems to have returned. Yesterday she ATE the hay cubes, lightly soaked and I added some of her Senior ration to them, GO Sterly. She still tries to eat hay but I get lots of rolled up wads spit out. Another rainy day today, talk soon, Love Donna Lee
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