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Forum: Jumping
 Topic: Is 14 too old?
Is 14 too old? [message #3265591] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:17
  lorijade99  is currently offline lorijade99  
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Im currently looking for an eventer for a 15 year old girl who wants to go up the pony club grades, and eventually to EA level. The horse we are currently interested in turns 14 this year, is that too old to be jumping 90cm+, and doing dressage moves? How many years do you think the horse would last eventing at that level? Thanks in advance Smile
Forum: General - On Topic
 Topic: Dress rehearsal for ANZAC events
Re: Dress rehearsal for ANZAC events [message #3265559 is a reply to message #3265544 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 07:26
  Delilah  is currently offline Delilah  
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He is beautiful TJ love the standys so chilled. Enjoy the day.
Re: Dress rehearsal for ANZAC events [message #3265560 is a reply to message #3265544 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 07:59
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
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great pics, also love the last one and the first one, it's like, look at me, I'm a war horse

cant wait to see more pics, lucky school kids, I'm sure they will enjoy Flash Very Happy
 Topic: Silicone knee grip jods
Re: Silicone knee grip jods [message #3265562 is a reply to message #3265062 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:17
  ransom  is currently offline ransom  
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I'd been using Kerrits as my preferred Jod for several years and this year I bought a pair of the Blackhorse silicon seat pull on ones because I noticed almost all the pro riders at DWTS were wearing them. (silicon seats not blackhorse jods) I think they're okay, but they are not miles infront of anything i'd ever worn like I found some of the Kerrits materials at the time. I am yet to decide whether they are as good as Kerrits Supreme which you can actually feel suction cupping you back onto your saddle when you do rising trot!

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 Topic: Crystal Cleine .. She's at it again and back in Wandin North
Re: Crystal Cleine .. She's at it again and back in Wandin North [message #3265563 is a reply to message #3265539 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:19
  cheveauxpark  
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Location: kooweerup
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heronwood wrote on Sat, 18 April 2015 20:51

The seller did mention that the person she sold the horse to called herself Kristie. So, Miss Clein sends Niss Jayde to buy horse, and Miss Jayde says her bane is Kristie. All very confusing, and I would certainly have wanted more details than just a first name. But hard to google when given an incorrect name - if that was the case. Just a very sad story all around for he gorgeous little pony.


And yopunger kids are happy to do pretty much anything to ride a pony..they wont realise ATM the bad name they will end up with by association. Sad


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 Topic: Rambo wallaby?
Re: Rambo wallaby? [message #3265564 is a reply to message #3264771 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:41
  zzahra84  is currently offline zzahra84  
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They are true to size, I wouldn't go bigger as they don't have leg straps so you need a good fit or they will slip around. Most people buy rugs which are too big anyway!

The Amigo rugs are dettachable neck and are compatible with the liner system, so you can buy a lite rug with no fill ,then a couple liners and use the rug all year round.

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Zahra Park Fawaz (Wazzle) - TB - Chestnut
Talkin' About (Ash) - TB - Grey
 Topic: Restoring crappy dried out leather
Re: Restoring crappy dried out leather [message #3265565 is a reply to message #3265551 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:45
  zzahra84  is currently offline zzahra84  
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Tj.pegasus wrote on Sat, 18 April 2015 22:28

Rescue for use? or looks and stop deterioration? It may not be safe to use. Get an expert to look at it before use. I have a lovely original leather harness but I'm too scared to use use it. Its a big risk.


Agreed! When leather drys out the fibers become brittle and inflexible and you cant really reverse the damage, when you then oil or condition your just softening the compromised fibres and weakening them further.

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Zahra Park Fawaz (Wazzle) - TB - Chestnut
Talkin' About (Ash) - TB - Grey
 Topic: Girth sleeve/cover recommendations for contoured girths
Re: Girth sleeve/cover recommendations for contoured girths [message #3265573 is a reply to message #3265384 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:52
  ickelshadow  is currently offline ickelshadow  
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Not a bad idea! Any recommendations on brands?


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 Topic: Anyone make custom made polar fleece neck rugs?
Re: Anyone make custom made polar fleece neck rugs? [message #3265572 is a reply to message #2389937 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:43
  ms tinapink  is currently offline ms tinapink  
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Bumping this up Smile

I'm struggling with off the rack neck rugs fitting my cob x. He is quite short through the neck but wide through the throat/gullet, so the ones I have tried have all been too long in length and/or too tight around the throat. I would prefer one that has velcro or zips. TIA
Re: Anyone make custom made polar fleece neck rugs? [message #3265574 is a reply to message #3265572 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:54
  Hacker  
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ms tinapink wrote on Sun, 19 April 2015 09:43

Bumping this up Smile

I'm struggling with off the rack neck rugs fitting my cob x. He is quite short through the neck but wide through the throat/gullet, so the ones I have tried have all been too long in length and/or too tight around the throat. I would prefer one that has velcro or zips. TIA


"Things for Quid" make fantastic custom neckrugs. I don't have the FB link but if you search the name it will come up Smile
Re: Anyone make custom made polar fleece neck rugs? [message #3265576 is a reply to message #2391581 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:13
  cheveauxpark  
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Location: kooweerup
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cheveauxpark wrote on Fri, 19 August 2011 19:51

I make my own...thry are grouse!! Very Happy



Plus Skye Park have fluro orange fleese n.rugs on their shelf at $25..good value Smile

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Re: Anyone make custom made polar fleece neck rugs? [message #3265579 is a reply to message #3265576 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:18
  comic  
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Rugs & Renos are on facebook and make all sorts of custom things.
 Topic: riding through winter without an indoor
riding through winter without an indoor [message #3265555] Sun, 19 April 2015 06:35
  horsiefun  
Messages: 196
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Just wondering how riders (who work full time business hours) manage in the coming winter months without an indoor arena. Ive always agisted with one for this very reason (although I enjoy riding outside more) but im finding most agistments that offer these facilities lack in decent paddocks with adequate shelter & the pick up of them. Also if there are clinics on you cant use the indoor that you pay for anyway.
Im seriously considering an agistment with outdoor and full care and maybe traveling to an indoor a couple times during the week after work.
Re: riding through winter without an indoor [message #3265556 is a reply to message #3265555 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 07:02
  blackorlando  is currently offline blackorlando  
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I usually travel 35 minutes to an indoor after work, but costs me $30 a ride ($20 fee plus $10 for lights).

A friend just had lights put up on her out door arena last week, she is 20 minutes away, so now I do have a more economical option
Re: riding through winter without an indoor [message #3265566 is a reply to message #3265555 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:45
  Cameo  
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Is there power at the arena? Can you ask the agistment if they would consider putting some lights up or letting you put your own up? If it's about $30 a ride at an indoor and you would go 2-3 times a week surely that would pay for some cheapie lights you can set up before you ride. You could also do solar but not sure how much more expensive they are?
And then just rug up. I always start out in winter with up to 4 layers on and then usually end up with just a t shirt by the time my ride is over Laughing .
Have you got light at the wash bays though? That's the one thing I hate in winter.. Hosing with cold water. So I just try and sponge with a bucket of warm water after rides and for washing I try and get there mid afternoon on weekends when there is sunshine.
A previous agistment I rode a horse at the arena was very dark but her paddock was quite well lit up because it was near street lights. Not sure if other places allow you to actually ride in the paddocks but this place was fine so through the week after work I'd ride in her paddock (was pretty flat) and go in the arena on weekends.


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Re: riding through winter without an indoor [message #3265578 is a reply to message #3265555 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:17
  cheveauxpark  
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I love going to either 5 Star or Aaron Park indoors at night in winter..both rarely have anyone there and its lovely when its still and so quiet. Smile
Find one closer to home...organise a few friends and enjoy a regular evening riding can also inspire you to ride and make the effort.
Usually you pay a facility fee and its just so nice an evening.


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Re: riding through winter without an indoor [message #3265592 is a reply to message #3265578 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:19
  zzahra84  is currently offline zzahra84  
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Most people DONT have indoor arenas! AND still ride all winter. Full care agistment is great, moving the horse close to work so you can ride during lunch works.

You can also try to rearrange your hours so you finish work early or start late or have a longer lunch to fit in riding if you can.

You can find an agistment with a floodlit arena too. Or setting up a portable floodlight works OK too.


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Talkin' About (Ash) - TB - Grey
Forum: Advertising - Commercial
 Topic: BAXTER TRAILER SALES
Re: BAXTER TRAILER SALES [message #3265557 is a reply to message #3199481 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 07:10
  agillet  is currently offline agillet  
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 Topic: BAXTER HORSE FLOAT HIRE $75.00 - 24 HOURS
Re: BAXTER HORSE FLOAT HIRE $75.00 - 24 HOURS [message #3265558 is a reply to message #2902094 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 07:11
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 Topic: Pony club show jump..small spread...used.
Re: Pony club show jump..small spread...used. [message #3265583 is a reply to message #3263666 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:29
  cheveauxpark  
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Jump set...
you get two horse head wings and 2 poles.
30-60-90cm height.
2.4m poles.
Not light to handle tho you can carry a wing its rather heavy.
$150 pickup Kooweerup Vic.

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 Topic: Equidae Advertisement
Re: Equidae Advertisement [message #3265594 is a reply to message #3263693 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:41
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Forum: Dressage
 Topic: Charlotte wow! 94%
Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265582] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:22
  comic  
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Did you see their Kur score! Far out.
Re: Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265584 is a reply to message #3265582 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:32
  Prince Ali  
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Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
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Re: Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265593 is a reply to message #3265584 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:24
  Bats79  is currently offline Bats79  
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Class of her own.


Brokeford Holsteiners website - photos and videos http://www.brokeford.com.au

Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Brokeford?ref=hl
Re: Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265597 is a reply to message #3265582 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:47
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
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awesome horse and rider for sure Very Happy
Forum: Advertising - Noncommercial
 Topic: Kieffer Lech Pro
Re: Kieffer Lech Pro [message #3265554 is a reply to message #3265167 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 02:01
  Neddy  
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 Topic: 2 horse wide bodied extended float for sale
Re: 2 horse wide bodied extended float for sale [message #3265561 is a reply to message #3265016 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:05
  jfferr  is currently offline jfferr  
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 Topic: Weetherbeater Oricon 5"6 heavy weight
Re: Weetherbeater Oricon 5"6 heavy weight [message #3265568 is a reply to message #3264308 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:12
  borntoride  is currently offline borntoride  
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 Topic: LOTS OF COB SIZE GEAR 4 SALE
LOTS OF COB SIZE GEAR 4 SALE [message #3265570] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:19
  shazza_109  
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Stark, Raving Bonkers

HORSE GEAR SALE

Postage of item(s) are at a extra cost.
Pick-up most welcomed.
Located in Frankston!

My mobile number is 0429 107 990



6’0 RUGS
1 WeatherBeeta Original combo 1200D, fill 220 (Red and reddish brown, worn by Niabi 2 weeks before her passing, still in brand new condition, paid $170) Bargain at $100
1 fleece rug (Maroon) $15


HOODS/NECK
1 NEW zilco Summer COB hood (green/black/white) $40
1 NEW Kool coat summer COB hood (Light blue) $40
1 fleece pull-over neck rug COB (Navy) $35
1 fleece hood COB (Popcorn yellow and navy) $20

TAIL BAGS
1 NEW WeatherBeeta waterproof Tail bag (Navy) $20

COB BIBS
2 Navy bibs, satin lined (Wore slightly, but still useable) $5
1 Fluro orange bib, has guitars and stars printed $15

BOOTS
COB Polar fleece boots (2) (Red and Navy) $25
COB Bell boots, rubber with fleece lining (Black) $15
COB front splint boots (Blue) $15

BRIDLES + REINS
1 NEW plain show Leather reins (Beautifully soft) $100
1 COB brown leather bridle, older style, needs an oil $15
1 black flat browband $10

SADDLE BLANKETS
1 NEW AP two toned baby blue $30
1 AP Navy and light blue $20
1 AP 3 toned colored (Pale yellow/grey/Blue) $20

EXTRAS
1 Purple small wheelie bins, on wheels, no lock $8
2 small coloured wheelie bins, on wheels and can be locked with a padlock $10
1 NEW PONY fluro candy color halter and lead $10
1 NEW Black draw reins $30
1 custom mix pure M.S.M powder, missing 7 teaspoons from bag. Natural pain relief and helps with joints $45
1 Navy Show Jacket, double vented with gold buttons, Size 14 $50
1 Monty Roberts book $5
1 NEW Riders Diary, never written in. $25


Shannon.

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 Topic: Second hand bruce smith jump saddle 17 inch plus other stuff.
Re: Second hand bruce smith jump saddle 17 inch [message #3265575 is a reply to message #3265174 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:11
  Bec78  is currently offline Bec78  
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I'm a twit and either lost my phone or it was stolen. So please email me or pm if interested in anything.
Feel free to make offer on saddle

 Topic: Looking for someone to repair a quad bike
Looking for someone to repair a quad bike [message #3265600] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:12
  ezekiel  is currently offline ezekiel  
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I have an old Yamaha quad bike that is currently not going but would like to know if anyone knows of someone that might be interested in repairing it . Any info would be great
Forum: Advertising - Horses
 Topic: Supervised Lease Available - Geelong area
Supervised Lease Available - Geelong area [message #3265567] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:54
  ransom  is currently offline ransom  
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I am considering leasing my pony/galloway George to a competent and confident teen or young adult looking to do some regular riding without the outlay of purchasing a horse. He is based in the Geelong region and will stay in that district.

George is 10 years old, very well educated (level 1 - advanced HRCAV) has been extensively trained, competed and campaigned. He has plenty of showjumping and XC training, attending lots of clinics and lessons however has never been competed ODE. He genuinely loves jumping.

He is easy to catch, shoe,(but currently barefoot and shoes unlikely to be necessary through winter) float, handle and has a delightful personable and cheeky attitude. While he is extremely well educated and exposed, he does need a confident rider who is willing to learn to ride him.

Ideally, initially George will stay on agistment where I keep my two horses (torquay) so I can assist the new rider with weekly lessons and advice. I may be prepared to allow him to leave the agistment once I am confident the two have bonded.

The lease person will be expected to pay agistment, feed and upkeep. Some gear and rugs provided, and open to negotiation.

Please phone me if you are interested. Phone Megan 0414 818 880. Be prepared to chat about your experience and provide references. George is currently in light work with everything up to date.

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 Topic: reg pure bred arabian mare, 7yr old
Re: reg pure bred arabian mare, 7yr old [message #3265581 is a reply to message #3265006 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:21
  krystal99  
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 Topic: EOI: Offering my boy for lease
Re: EOI: Offering my boy for lease [message #3265598 is a reply to message #3265548 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:01
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martina wrote on Sat, 18 April 2015 21:47

Can you shrink him please ? Razz
Cheers MARTINA


haha but then I would be too big to ride him again! Razz


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 Topic: arabian pony broodmare
arabian pony broodmare [message #3265577] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:14
anna salisbury is currently online anna salisbury  
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Arabian pony broodmare perfect for anyone wanting to breed quality Arabian ponies
For sale swiftwood estrella 11yrs, APF -2980, 63.6% Arabian around 13hh. Sire- Wildon impressive dam- sharinga karioca. Has had 2 lovely fillies for us. Beautiful mare easy to handle $2000 must sell

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Re: arabian pony broodmare [message #3265588 is a reply to message #3265577 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:57
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
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gorgeous Very Happy

similar to my aussie pony, Autumn, sadly over the rainbow bridge now, your pic bought back lovely memories Smile
Re: arabian pony broodmare [message #3265601 is a reply to message #3265588 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:40
anna salisbury is currently online anna salisbury  
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chopin wrote on Sun, 19 April 2015 10:57

gorgeous Very Happy

similar to my aussie pony, Autumn, sadly over the rainbow bridge now, your pic bought back lovely memories Smile


thankyou shes a beautiful mare, very hard sale!
Forum: Breeds
 Topic: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3265602 is a reply to message #350 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:42
anna salisbury is currently online anna salisbury  
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if anyone is looking for a broodmare , we have one here for sale Arabian pony broodmare perfect for anyone wanting to breed quality Arabian ponies
For sale swiftwood estrella , APF -2980, 63.6% Arabian around 13hh. Sire- Wildon impressive dam- sharinga karioca. Has had 2 lovely fillies for us. Beautiful mare easy to handle $2000 hard sale but must sell

Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Recovering from back breaks?
Re: Recovering from back breaks? [message #3265569 is a reply to message #3264372 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:15
  Dharma is currently online Dharma  
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Goode wrote on Fri, 10 April 2015 13:56

Once the initial inflammation has died down, Pilates with a physio who does reformer work, plus can send you home with stuff to do. Posture is everything. Also, connecting your brain to the area to help it heal with a good kinesiologist, or chirp who does similar work (not crack), I like Bliss Chiropractic in Mentone.

Sleep with a pillow under your tummy or hip (if you lie on your side) which will help keep pressure off your spine. Drink lots of water and be kind to yourself. Don't rush (and that's the pot calling the kettle black).

Good luck and get well soon xx


Agree with the pilates. I did L1/L2 in 1986 back then I was 3 months in hospital which included 8 weeks lying on my back and then learning to walk, when I left hospital no continuation of physio therapy or follow up at all. It took 2 years to walk unaided with no help from any professional. Back then we don't have what we have now in after care.

I do have spinal cord damage with around 50% loss of use of muscles below the waist and had to learn to walk again, I can't run or jump or tippy toe and have a permanent limp. I can't mount "up" but use a high mounting block to go down or across onto my ponies back.

I have scarring around my spinal cord which causes nerve pain, I lived with that for about 20 years until a doctor finally put me on Neurontin and saved my sanity from constant nerve pain and finally getting a full nights sleep.

Taking up pilates a couple of years ago improved my walking and riding enormously like no other exercise I have done in my life time and I have tried and done a few. Core strength is the most important thing whether you have a spinal injury or not. Find a professional who maybe also is a physio therapist to help you until you know what you are doing so you don't hurt yourself.

I also use red light therapy torch for any soft tissue pain I have in the area if I accidentally strain myself. Works a treat.



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 Topic: Malignant Lymphoma Tumours in Dogs
Re: Malignant Lymphoma Tumours in Dogs [message #3265585 is a reply to message #3265397 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:37
  Dexy20  is currently offline Dexy20  
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Thankyou for your kind words everyone . Unfortunately I don't think we will have the time on our side to get to a specialist , he has deteriorated so rapidly in the last 48 hours I'm not sure how much longer I can take it before I make the call . We had an appointment for Monday morning for a few more scans and ultrasound , but I think it is too little too late . I can now feel tumours all through his groin as well 😞😞 he is off his food now and is beginning to give up . I Feel today might be the day 😢
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