In this week’s Best of Jumper Nation, Meagan DeLisle looks at something that unites us all — what we do while we’re recovering from an injury. (more…)
“I can not tell you how many times I marched right back into the pen and took him back into the barn thinking, ‘Not today, Buns. Not today.’ I was not taking any chances, or giving Buns any chances, of re-injury.
“One week of stress and pain was all it took for Buns to lose a significant amount of weight and it’s been over two months of battling the issue to get him back to optimal weight.”
“I have to put faith in the process, my veterinarian and most of all Buns that the interventions are helping… I want to know that my partner is going to be back at his full capacity, but the reality of it is, he may not be.” (more…)
I immediately wanted to examine the damage. My mind raced…there was so much going on, from looking at it, there was no way to have known if it was broken. And then the vet dropped the bomb…
“I answered the phone, and unfortunately it was not just a butt dial. One of my worst nightmares was quickly becoming a reality.”