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May 17, 2011


Hope Bo is feeling better!! You have a equine nice vet!

It's great to know that the horses have Dr. Levine -- he sounds wonderful.

And so glad that Bo's eye problem should clear up easily.

Hope everyone has a peaceful, uneventful, and sunny weekend.

Sooo glad to hear that Bo's eye issue was easily treated. You have an amazing network of professionals in the east! All of you make a tremendous difference in the lives of these precious animals.

Oh, Bo, I'm so glad you're starting to feel better and I'm sure that eye will be healed up very soon.

What a blessing to have the wonderful network of veterinarians that take care of all the animals and also that you and Alayne are so knowledgeable that you can treat so many of the things that go on yourselves. Thank you Doc Steve for coming out on a Saturday night to help Bo!

I'm not sure which surprises me more; the ability you have to test/treat the number of potential ailments, or that there was something you didn't already have on hand. At this point I would think your various vets would make sure the Farm was as well stocked as their offices, at least for initial diagnostics.

Bo says: "Dad, I need a carrot... or a sugar cube please."

Eye injuries can be so scary because like you said, they can squeeze their lid shut so tightly you can't see what the problem is. I'm glad Bo's problem was simple enough to treat. My great dane/lab mix, Zoey, has glaucoma and will probably have to have her eye removed. It came on very fast and I know is painful for her. She is a rescued dog who must have had a very traumatic young life because it took several days for her to let me touch her. She's a great dog now, although still very fearful of noises and sticks. Anyway, thank you for what you do for the animals.

Special scritches for Bo. He's a trooper, no? You are truly making a difference for these special creatures you have in your lives.

Made my eyes water just reading this. You have a strong stomach as well as a big heart.
Thank you for doing what you do to help the animals. All I can do is vote!

May definitely seems to be "eye problem" month for the Farm doesn' it? Glad to hear it was something that can be easily treated. Bo must be feeling so much better now. Hugs and kisses to the big guy!

Bo take care now!

So glad Bo is doing better and it wasn't more serious! Sounds like you have a very caring doc to turn to. Prayers for continued healing!

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