I thought so too. I like her alert and inquisitive expression.She has a kind eye
a mat splitter for dogs sometimes works well to get those more stubborn mats out of manes.3 guys are here to finish sawing up that enormous oak tree in the front pasture. I went to get Reina, openly carrying a halter and lead rope. Ummmm….., nope! She walked away, I backed up. I held out a treat. Walk towards her, she walk away a few steps, while I backed up. Forward, back, forward, back, until she stood and got her treat. I put the lead rope around her neck and slipped the new halter on. It fit perfect.
Grass! While she grazed, I unraveled the mane ropes.
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One of the guys started clearing the fence row, I’ve given them the pines. The wire isn’t worth saving, it’s real old.
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The posts are old and rotten. They mostly broke off at the ground.
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I was grazing Reina close to all the chainsaw noise, then I moved her real close. She did ok with the noise. She got concerned a few times, but did good.
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I worked on her mane, untwisting the ropes and got one mat out. She still had a couple of big ones.
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Walked her back to her pen, took the halter off and gave her a treat.