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Old 01-02-2013, 03:03 PM   #11 (permalink)
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That's great. I'm afraid to ask what the happy poop dance looks like. Are there steps? Music?

Can only speak for my spontaneous poop dance

No music, no specific steps, but mine did involve the
swinging of a halter around over my head and some
discreet whoops of joy. Mine was done at the vet
school in Florida, and I was joined by a veterinary
student and a teacher. My yearling filly was about to
either face surgery or die from an impacted cecum
when her innards finally got things going. Said vet
student "I never knew I could get so excited over poop."
I think that was an important lesson for him that day.
We know, those who love the creatures, that poop in
the right place at the right time can just make your day


Congratulations to you and Stinkerbella for this big step
toward being great and healing up.
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Old 01-02-2013, 04:27 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Thanks. Sounds like you been there but a different way. I am just glad she is doing well. Thanks again!!!!


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Can only speak for my spontaneous poop dance

No music, no specific steps, but mine did involve the
swinging of a halter around over my head and some
discreet whoops of joy. Mine was done at the vet
school in Florida, and I was joined by a veterinary
student and a teacher. My yearling filly was about to
either face surgery or die from an impacted cecum
when her innards finally got things going. Said vet
student "I never knew I could get so excited over poop."
I think that was an important lesson for him that day.
We know, those who love the creatures, that poop in
the right place at the right time can just make your day


Congratulations to you and Stinkerbella for this big step
toward being great and healing up.
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