True, the ultimate decision in horse ownership is knowing when it's time for them. I'm so sorry, so sorry. Email me if you need to talk! firstname.lastname@example.org hugs
Hi there...I came to your blog through Mare's, and send my deepest sympathies. I haven't been following your adventure so I don't know all the wonderful details of Piney, but I can tell you loved him deeply. Please don't ever forget that THAT is the greatest gift.I will say I was pretty excited to see where you're located! Near Fargo?! I was there last weekend! And we even stayed at a horse campground, Sheyenne something-or-another just south of the city. : ) Not that we brought any horses. : ) Kinda neat to find a fellow blogger so close to home! : ) Perhaps our paths will cross (or have crossed). : )All the best.- Sand.
Thank you for stopping by and for your kind words!I checked out your blog and saw you are from Manitoba. I was born and raised in Manitoba...Northern, NORTHERN Manitoba :-) My parents are still up in Manitoba and live in Winnipeg now. I look forward to reading your blog and getting to know you and your horse :-)
lol "NORTHERN" : P My puppy's from Cross Lake, so maybe you know her parents?? ; )Sure is a small world! : ) You'll need to advise me on the best places to ride in ND!
I was acutally born and raised in The Pas :-)It IS a small world. I'd say the best place to ride in North Dakota is out in the badlands. it's a HAUL! but there are some amazing trails, The horse camp you stayed at has got some pretty good riding there too. I'd like to say that a friend of mine's family owns the camp, but I can't be sure!
A quote that helped me very much when my dog had to be put down:"Euthanasia is a way for us to take our pet's pain away from them and make it our own"