Sunday, October 2, 2011

Pie's Coming Home Tomorrow!

I'm excited to report that Pie is coming home tomorrow - I'm picking him up around noon.  He's had no colic episodes and is doing well, despite getting a lot more hay today.  That's a good sign for the future.  They are going to recommend some changes in his feeding schedule, to spread out his afternoon and evening hay and to slow down his eating.  I'm also planning on using a Busy Horse feeder in his paddock and stall to help slow him down a bit - with luck this will do the trick.  I haven't seen him for two days, miss him terribly, and can't wait to see him tomorrow!

18 comments:

  1. Great news that Pie is coming home. The insecurity of not knowing what triggered these attacks must be in the back of your mind, but hopefully all will go well and you can both leave this behind you. All the best!

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  2. That's great news for you and Pie! I'm sure he'll be as happy to be home as you will be to have him close again. Good luck.

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  3. This post made my evening--so glad to hear he will be home soon.

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  4. That is good! I bet your gonna be watching him like a hawk when you come home.

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  5. Yay! I'm glad he is coming home no worse for wear. Just imagine the patience he will be learning with that feeder! :)

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  6. Look forward to seeing Pie back up on my screen. Very happy that he seems to be doing better.

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  7. Wonderful news that he's coming home, and that they haven't found anything obviously wrong with him. But also frustrating that there's no definitive dianosis. Those masses would be concerning though. Sure hope he remains happy, healthy and episode free!

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  8. Great news that he is coming home! I hope the new feeding plan prevents further episodes. I'm sure he'll be very happy to be back with you.

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  9. That's great news! I know you will be happy that he is finally home.
    Connie

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  10. That is such a great product. I think the reason that my Arab gelding often suffers from 'choke' is because he scarfs down his food so quickly!

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  11. Great news. Glad things are going well.

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  12. Three cheers! Good news indeed. I hope all continues to go well.

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  13. So happy to hear Pie is coming home and feeling better. What a journey you have been through. Hoping for total healing for him. We have used Nibble Nets with great success. All our boys get them through the day and love them! Check them out too. Hoping for a good week ahead!
    Take care! Marianne

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