Ouch! Sounds like he really got you good. Yeah, puppies are the best. But it's just to get them past that chewing stage. MOST outgrow it by the time they're 2. MOST, not ALL. Lol.I have a rescue Maltese and he is lovely except he walks under my feet all the time. Anyway I have trodden on him twice and been bitten by him twice for my efforts. I had to have stitches the last time he bit open my foot . Anyway I keep clear of him now so he hangs out with one of the kids. My little one is a Scotts Terrier and she is so naughty. She is still very young but she chews everything plastic You cannot leave plastic stuff around otherwise she chews it to pieces. She ate my son's ID document as it had a plastic cover. She is the limit but a really little love.
Oh well what can I say. When animals enter the picture my heart goes flutter-bye. So I know how you feel about your "boy" horse.
Have a great afternoon and evening. Hopefully speak to you tomorrow.
Rescue pets are the best! It's just like they are that much more grateful to get a second chance. I had two "rescue" cats. One of them was a very light ginger male kitten. Found him at work. There are feral cats living on the property in the stores. Anyway, I began feeding this kitten every day. He then began to come to my office in the morning, stay there the whole day and I'd take him outside in the afternoon when I left. I quickly grew attached to this adorable kitten, and decided to bring him home. Unfortunately he barely made it past his 2nd birthday. He got leukemia, and had to be put down.
A few months later, I had another opportunity to rehome an abandoned kitten (a litter of kittens were dumped with their mother, at the place where I keep my horse). She was a charcoal kitten and the last one who still needed a home. And so she came home with me. But she suffered the same fate. She also got leukemia, and had to be put down.
But before I got the charcoal kitten, I had a rescue dog. Got her from the SPCA. She is a staffie-cross. Was around 8 months old when I adopted her. But she caused out two boerboels to start fighting and I had to rehome her. The dogs kept fighting and it just kept getting worse, so we had to rehome one of them too.
I will gladly rescue another animal (but only once I have my own place).
I'm just as passionate about animals as you. ALL animals. Lol
Oh ja, I had a little lamb once too. I think I was about 16 at the time. The lamb never came home to us but it was given to me by my boyfriend at the time, but stayed on their property. Of course when we broke up, he kept the lamb. But at least I "owned" one before, haha.