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Posted 11/29/2014 4:39:53 PM


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Ok, so i have a problem. Whenever I pet Dixie or try to touch her, i accidently shock her with my fingers. She hates it and tonight she flinched when i tried to pet her. It's weird..... whenever I touch Storm, i dont shock him. it's only Dixie. Should I try leather reins? That woiuld at least help with after the ride or something. So yeah.... I basically can only touch Storm now.

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It sounds like her coat retains a lot of static and idk how to fix that



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AttackOnTitan (11/29/2014)
It sounds like her coat retains a lot of static and idk how to fix that

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Posted 11/29/2014 6:53:11 PM


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AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]AttackOnTitan (11/29/2014)
It sounds like her coat retains a lot of static and idk how to fix that

this[/quote] thanks!!! I'll try pitting on lotion before i go out.

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Posted 11/29/2014 7:13:51 PM


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I have the exact same problem with Jackie. Only Jackie...not Medallion lol. Its funny sometimes her forelock stands up from the static haha



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Posted 11/29/2014 7:14:11 PM


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Equestrienne (11/29/2014)
[quote]AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]AttackOnTitan (11/29/2014)
It sounds like her coat retains a lot of static and idk how to fix that

this[/quote] thanks!!! I'll try pitting on lotion before i go out.[/quote]yea lol i bet its really dry out where u are


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Posted 11/30/2014 9:35:09 PM


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AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]Equestrienne (11/29/2014)
[quote]AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]AttackOnTitan (11/29/2014)
It sounds like her coat retains a lot of static and idk how to fix that

this[/quote] thanks!!! I'll try pitting on lotion before i go out.[/quote]yea lol i bet its really dry out where u are[/quote] -grumbles- if it hadn't been so dry we would still have Skeeter and Oreo

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Posted 12/1/2014 4:14:27 AM


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[quote]AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]Equestrienne (11/29/2014)
[quote]AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]AttackOnTitan (11/29/2014)
It sounds like her coat retains a lot of static and idk how to fix that

this[/quote] thanks!!! I'll try pitting on lotion before i go out.[/quote]yea lol i bet its really dry out where u are[/quote] -grumbles- if it hadn't been so dry we would still have Skeeter and Oreo[/quote]like 2 years ago it was the worst for us o.0 it was like 105,110....yea


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Posted 12/2/2014 6:52:54 PM


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AGraceful (12/1/2014)
[quote]Equestrienne (11/30/2014)
[quote]AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]Equestrienne (11/29/2014)
[quote]AGraceful (11/29/2014)
[quote]AttackOnTitan (11/29/2014)
It sounds like her coat retains a lot of static and idk how to fix that

this[/quote] thanks!!! I'll try pitting on lotion before i go out.[/quote]yea lol i bet its really dry out where u are[/quote] -grumbles- if it hadn't been so dry we would still have Skeeter and Oreo[/quote]like 2 years ago it was the worst for us o.0 it was like 105,110....yea[/quote] wow 0.0

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I use static guard for me and it helps

What do I do, now that you're gone? No back up plan, no second chance, and no one else to blame.

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