Photo 22 Oct blackmagicalgirlmisandry:

iamkendoll:

Come through!

But is this not a look?

blackmagicalgirlmisandry:

iamkendoll:

Come through!

But is this not a look?

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Photo 22 Oct hopeinmotion:

awwww-cute:

I have the cutest monster under my bed

omg it’s face at the end.

hopeinmotion:

awwww-cute:

I have the cutest monster under my bed

omg it’s face at the end.

Text 21 Oct

pro-gress:

There is no freedom quite like deleting someone off of Facebook.

Video 21 Oct

theclickerkid hopefully this helps. pick and wash his feet off as best you can. He doesn’t have a super well defined periople curl because of the tall heels, but the heels need to come down to the collateral groove exit where frog meets heel bulb meets heel (i pointed two green arrow at the area in one picture. You’re gonna have to take some bar down too for a couple reasons: 1. you physically can’t take down tall heels without taking down some bar because they are connected and 2. (more importantly) if you take the heels down a leave a bunch of bar standing above sole level you’re going to have a sore horse. So make your goal to trim the heels to the right height, get the bars passive to that (you don’t have to worry about making them beautiful the first time, just make sure they aren’t bearing weight), and get the bit of excess wall height down to sole level. The toe will still be long in this plan, but at least the hoof will be level.

I would suggest doing a couple sessions. At least 2, with walking him around on his new feet in between. So like, take his heels down x amount, walk around/turn out/whatever, then come back and take the rest. This gives you both a break. If you have to do it over a couple days that is fine, just keep each pair of feet similar in height. He’ll probably like it better if you trim a bit on the right, then switch and trim some on the left.

I’m not gonna lie, it’s gonna be a lot of work, especially for a first real trim. When in doubt, leave it and take a picture.

Text 21 Oct

hebrideansky i keep seeing pictures like this

seems like most resources i’ve found group them together in terms of trimming? and there’s like this super big insistence on the hairline and the bottom of the hoof being parallel.

and then there’s this picture (about goats) that has no fucking clue what it is talking about. that’s a dropped pastern which is EMPHASIZED by high heels i see it all the time in horses so idgi

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why dont u post more pet pictures

because i will legit break tumblr with the amount of pet pictures on my phone. it’s sick.

nah but i’ll post some more because my pets are cute and weird as fuck.

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WHY DID I NOT KNOW YOU HAD A CAT. That’s said, I only learnt about the dog the other week…

lol! two cats (white and orange tabby), one dog (hound), and the three horses. i promise  that’s all! (for now muhahaha)

Photo 21 Oct Sometimes he’s so fucking irritating, but he’s always cute.

Sometimes he’s so fucking irritating, but he’s always cute.

Photo 21 Oct Odd eyed cats are weird

Odd eyed cats are weird

Text 21 Oct

i miss our crappy little apartment. it was small and good. i wish i could have that again if we can’t have a house

Text 21 Oct

i’m a very bad person that forgot to do my PT exercises like… a lot this week

oops

Text 21 Oct
take me with you
i’ll be your farriering apprentice/unpaid intern/packmule and carry all your stuff

OKAY

Text 21 Oct

kisiskaciwan replied to your post:wait just a hot second what if i learned to trim…

Dude, you should go to zoos and trim prewalskis, every one that I’ve seen in captivity have awful feet.

orchid-kagune replied to your post:wait just a hot second what if i learned to trim…

Omg what if you could trim like… Wildebeests or something rad like that

YES AND YES


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