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August 22, 2007


God be with Tonto and you all. A couple months ago my mare coliced and I had to drive her over 300 miles away to the nearest emergency vet clinic. She ended up having to undergo surgery. She is doing much better now. We pray for the best outcome for Tonto.

Oh dear Tonto, that procedure made my stomach hurt just reading about it! I hope he's soon feeling much better. Poor guy, you were there at the right time, Steve. Where else would a horse have such watchful & caring eyes taking care of them! You & Alayne are just the greatest! Thank you for getting Tonto to the vet proto, no pun intended.
Big healing hugs,
ginger, Tobias & Tlingit

I wish you a speedy recovery from your colic, Tonto. It's a good thing Steve caught it early. The earlier the better for colic.

Love the "snort'n'sneeze" guard. Can't tell you how many times I've been sneezed on by a horse. It's a special kind of moment!

Get well, Tonto!

I hope Tonto's Colic was caught at an early stage and isn't too severe; thank goodness you saw his condition early in the evening.
Thank you for being available right away Dr. Taylor and Janet.
Get better soon Tonto!

I have always understood that colic in a horse is very serious. Thank goodness you pay such close attention to all of your animals behaviours! Hoping for a speedy recovery for sweet Tonto!

My gosh...when it rains it pours! Thank you for explaining things so well on this blog. I pray for peace to you both during the many serious medical crises that have risen at RDR.
I continue to do my best to think positive and hold my breath daily when I log in for the blog of the day. Thanks for ALWAYS doing what is in the best interest of God’s creatures.

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