Sunday, November 4, 2012

George and Alan go to town and get drunk, among other things

20 comments:

  1. Do you have to clean sheaths on burros, too?

    (We do with the horses once a year when they are sedated and get their teeth floated. It usually brings out a chorus or two of the sheath cleaning song...)

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  2. Yeah~ Two more years!!!! They were good boys!

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  3. Anne Boleyn11/4/12, 5:58 AM

    There's something so sweet about this. And the music is, once again, just right.
    I'm happy.

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  4. They do look a little hung over there at the end. :)

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  5. Geez...I didn't realize ticks could be a problem in your neck of the woods. I'll have to ask my vet about that for Russell. I love how they needed to 'wash off' the smell from town! :)

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  6. O! How I have missed visiting here!!! I'm going to email this site to my granddaughter!! I just got her this year when my son married in Vegas!! Woo Hoo! a wedding and a SWEET granddaughter!!She is at that special age, 7!!! Thank YOU! for sharing Alan and George's Happy time! hehehe

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  7. I enjoyed every minute of the video and the perfect accompanying song! Poor boys! Violated while under the effect - I wonder if they feel that way?

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  8. You make everything look so easy! I've had dogs I had to fight to get to the vet.

    Jo, Stella and Zkhat

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  9. I'm glad the trip was uneventful.
    Love the rubber glove "Are you drunk enough?" test. A bath in familiar dirt is the best.

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  10. Thanks for taking us along to the vet with you!

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  11. Oh, poor drunk Alan. Glad everyone is home safe and sound and healthy.

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  12. Love the vet's sense of humor. Looked as if he liked Alan and George (but then, don't we all?)

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  13. I can't believe your boys are so good when the vet violates their mouths!!! I'd never let anyone stick that file thing inside MY mouth!!!

    Nancy in Iowa

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  14. Heck yeah, gonna wash that city smell away......back to the beautious pasture of home. Thanks for the trip to the vet. Well behaved donkeys and no mishaps....super win/win.

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  15. Sweet boys. Glad they were given a clean bill of health. Loved the video!

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  16. I guess that wasn't the kind of "float" they were hoping for in town....one of the root beer variety would have been much preferred!

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  17. Love your vet. This video is so stinking cute. Such good boys. Give yourself kudos for having such wonderful equines, I certainly do.

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  18. This was absolutely the cutest thing! The boys deserve a little "buzz" every now and then : ) Good little donkeys. Your vet seems like a great soul.

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  19. hahahahahahahahahaha!!! thanks for the smiles!!

    as stressful as it is getting to the vet, isn't it such a wonderful feeling afterwards knowing they have been examined head to toe and parts in between and that everything is fine :)

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