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Date Posted: 05:49:41 05/23/04 Sun
Author: Marilyn
Author Host/IP: host-69-19-131-124.rev.o1.com /
Subject: Re: trimming feet
In reply to: sandra 's message, "trimming feet" on 15:43:23 01/25/04 Sun

I imagine that you still have a problem? I am new to "finding" this message board. The donkey has a spinal subluxation & is in pain. He needs chiropractic correction to enjoy painfree movement. He will gladly pick up his feet if he is not in pain. Feel free to contact me or visit web site: www.casicielofarm.com

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[> Re: trimming feet -- phil mosier, 20:22:51 12/07/05 Wed (NoHost/

Try feeding the animal a snack while someone holds the feet.It works with my dog.

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