Monday, August 3, 2015

Light at the end of the pill bottle

Finally, Monday morning, after 26 days, Hank is taking his final dose of medicine post-snakebite.
He's doing great, by the way, with no side effects from the bite. I shot this video Sunday morning.




16 comments:

  1. I felt like I kissed Hank too! What a sweet boy he is. RIP Fish!!

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  2. Looking good Hank! So glad to see you fully recovered! Lisa G in TN

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  3. Hank is such a beautiful horse, and a good sport.
    So long Fish : (

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  4. Aww, Hank...so handsome. I have two goldfish That need a home...wonder if they would like your water. Maybe he died cause you never fed him?

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    1. He wouldn't have gotten that big if he wasn't getting enough food, you think?. Maybe it was too hot. They like cold water. I hope the herd likes poopless water. It might take some gettin' use to.

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  5. not only is Hank a good boy, you are a good girl for doing this so professionaly... so happy Hank is past the snake bite and fine.

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  6. Your kindness to animals warms my heart. Au revoir M. Poisson!

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  7. Hank is a good boy! Sorry about the goldfish...RIP...

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  8. Well, he really took that well. My daughter once got a facefull of whatever meds she was trying to administer to her horse.

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  9. I'm loving the view through your video camera! Thanks for sharing life at your beautiful ranch with us all. Glad Hank is doing so much better. Oh the joys of delivering medicine to donkeys and horses. ;)

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  10. I swear I think Hank liked that second-to-last dose of medicine! What a difference from the video you posted in the first days home post-snakebite! Sorry to hear about Fish. Maybe you'll get a replacement?

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  11. I love the love that is shared at 7MSN, makes my heart sing.

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  12. An American in Tokyo8/3/15, 6:26 PM

    Yay, Hank! Good boy!

    RIP Fish...how long did he live in the water tank? It seemed like a pretty long time! I guess it's less cleaning for you now! =)

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    1. Fish moved in on February 22, 2014. Thanks for making me check...I forgot all about this post: http://www.the7msnranch.com/2014/02/something-very-fishy-is-going-on.html

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  13. Good bye fish! Swim free! I wonder why you made it all through the horrible frozen winter and then turned up your toes when it was so nice? Good boy, Hank!

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