The horses seemed happy to see me, although I think they just wanted out of their stalls. Perhaps they thought I had given them away to M? In any case, everyone is doing well. I pulled AJ's blanket up a bit to see how his body condition looked and he's definitely gained some weight. I'm anxious for Saturday so he can go out without the blanket and I can really see how he looks. I'm sure he can't wait to roll around naked in the mud...
Lilly has been quite a handful for M. She said she was really restless in the stall and seemed to be on some kind of hunger strike during the time her friends were outside. Yesterday and today I just turned her out... she ran around a little bit but then settled down and seemed to enjoy the sunshine. I figured she'd be more calm outside than in.
When the vet was out to do Lilly's second SWT treatment today she saw Lilly was turned out and asked me how she was doing. She said she figured things weren't going well since she wasn't in the stall.
After a little sedative we were ready to get started.
|Getting started with the treatment.|
|1500 pulses later...|
|Sedatives cause ponies to get sleepy.|
And just because the sky looks gorgeous, here's a picture of the oak tree in my front yard. The snow we got was really wet and heavy and covered all trees. If the snow wasn't so dang cold it just might look pretty!
|Too much snow!|