yottskry25 karma2014-01-04 19:50:03 UTC
Oh he looks like a nice horse, but really he's a willfully disobedient half-ton wrecking ball who canters down the road because he's been startled by an umbrella. Nice as pie in hand; thoroughly terrifying on the road!
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yottskry24 karma2014-01-04 18:10:40 UTC
As a horse owner in the UK, this is because I would trust a guy with 30+ years of experience who knows how to rasp a horse's teeth by hand and doesn't need the horse to be sedated over someone with lots and lots of expensive equipment every time.
yottskry20 karma2014-01-04 18:13:56 UTC
Here's my horse, Harry, having his teeth done. This is the speculum on the horse before he had his teeth rasped. Just so you get an idea of what's being talked about:
yottskry19 karma2017-05-22 10:30:53 UTC
A friend of mine has the same syndrome. It also causes problems with connective tissues and internal organs. She's recently had to have a colostomy bag fitted and she's now mostly in a wheelchair. She's 34.
yottskry13 karma2013-08-20 14:53:46 UTC
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