Please share this link to the AVMA far and wide if you own a dog or know anyone that does! It saves lives if one learns CPR for a pet. The AVMA is a great resource to access with great information for you and your pets. I have worked with them and they are in it for you!
Thank you to All our war Veterans for your service, we are because of you! The photo is of my Grandfather Robert Pennington Evans and my Mother Louise Pennington Evans 1943. Grandfathers service starting as a mule skinner for the Army Calvary, on to Army Air Force and then the the United States Air force. A long line of veterans from this side of the family and as far back as I know in the United States to William Sanford Pennington of the Revolutionary war and 6th Governor of NJ. Robert Pennington Evans though is the one I knew and was able to touch and love. Thank you Eric Evans also for carrying on the family service for our country to this very day. The Veterans are those that have made this country so dear to us. Liz
I have a few friends beside myself that have always fancied dragons.I think of horses as modern day dragons. Being kind,compassionate, intelligent beyond me and very misunderstood! Oh dragon (horse) tell me about you and I will listen as your dedicated student.
Some thoughts on those drone made horses which so many admire or try to create. Beware! The drone horse can be a dangerous horse in some instances if just that one or even multiple buttons get pushed. Either by enough accumulating times or just that one moment that creates the perfect storm. A drone horse learns how to go inside themselves.
Some will live their entire lives with tolerance as a drone horse.Others will wait, they will tolerate, they collect and accumulate every emotion of every moment one has pushed them deeper inside themselves, until that one stimulation that brings them out to the surface. It is not pretty. It is not fun for them or you. Their life to them may not be worth one more abuse be it disrespect, another days pain in use, or one more tolerating moment whether known or unknown to the handler or rider.
It is to them worth the scream they make physically to express and be heard while unknowingly that is could even cost them a trip to the slaughter pen.
Sometimes by some looking back on the big picture of these horses lives by the loving and compassionate that were watching from the outside with no avenue to help, it was of no surprise in the end.
That moment of the perfect storm.
No horse deserves the life of a drone, just as we would not of our own.