A REAL COWBOY HAS NO FEAR
Courtney is suppose to come today to trim everyone else. Boaz seems to be doing just fine, doesn't seem to be sore or anything. Donkeys are some of the toughest animals on the planet I think. His feet sure look a lot better than they did, I hope they will grow out good & no more cracks.
Chantilly has taken up with the "jenny" herd led by Miss Tula, & doesn't seem to miss Zorro at all. I'm glad she is finding a niche, she is so shy I was afraid without Zorro she might go off in a corner somewhere. But she seems to be doing just fine.
Tucker will be 5 months old the 6th of Feb & has started challenging Boaz, when Boaz brays. I don't know what he is saying, but he better be careful, one of these days he'll be out of the pen, (I hope) so he better not be telling Boaz he's going to whip his ass.....!!! LOL
We're thinking about getting in touch with Dr. Shamis about Tucker. It would be closer than taking him to the Equine Clinic in Gilbert & he's been to their clinic twice, so they know him. If he checks out OK, we want to leave him for a couple of days to see if he can eat hay without choking. That way if he does choke, he's where they can work with him. Out here we don't have access to emergency vet care like we did before our mobile vet left last month. Still talking about it. I had been putting it off, hoping that he would drop & we could have him gelded at the same time. But so far his little "purse" is empty, absolutely nothing in it. SIGH!