deadwood dressage
10:08:39 deadwood
but I am luckier than most and do have all the kittens and cats to care for so there's that
Color Wonder Stables
10:08:18 Kass/Color 🌻
Wow, all up this week. Impressive.

-HEE Click-
Angels angels
10:08:08 *has 500+ brindles!*
I want chicks lol
Color Wonder Stables
10:07:37 Kass/Color 🌻
Oh yes, I am the same way, Mac. Also I just think about the other animals too. Animals are smart. They also grieve. I know it hits the coop hard after a death of a chicken. I've had three die within a year and I was trying to convince my mom to let me get chicks or let my hens hatch their own but she said no lol.
deadwood dressage
10:06:54 deadwood
I don't thikn my mom would at all appreciate me bringing in a new dog
Raven Hollow Elite
10:06:48 rAtTiUs
-Click-
I was dreading doing this but ya know,not too bad
McSmith Ranch
10:06:07 Mac | Thing 2
I personally knew that if I didn't get another cat..I would have had a harder time with my boy's death.
Color Wonder Stables
10:04:50 Kass/Color 🌻
Oh yes, for sure, take your time. Don't rush into getting a new animal if it doesn't feel right yet.
deadwood dressage
10:04:33 deadwood
but I also live with my mom as I'm 19 and in college and she said no more dogs lol so I really dont have a choice
LoneStarRanch
10:04:02 
-HEE Click- She's gorgeous as well *-*
Moonglade Manor
10:03:52 Ella | Welcomer
my dog was put down last year, it's hard, i know. But you can't grieve forever, take a little while and it will get easier, when you feel ready, get another dog of a different breed, that way it doesn't feel as though you are replacing her, it feels you are just adding a new dog to the family <3
Color Wonder Stables
10:03:30 Kass/Color 🌻
That and when we had two dogs - one died of old age, and the other went into a deep depression. He ended up getting cancer and we had to put him down, but he was so unhappy. I think if we would've gotten him a new friend he might've at least lived his last days super excited about a new friend.
Angels angels
10:03:14 *has 500+ brindles!*
Or anoyher coping mechanism..
Buy some brindles *-*
LoneStarRanch
10:02:56 
-HEE Click- I'm not usually a fan of the Apricot coat, but the brindle gives me tiger vibes XD
Color Wonder Stables
10:02:23 Kass/Color 🌻
I don't see it as replacing. I see it as a method of coping. And I'm sure your pupper would rather see you happy with a new pupper than sad over her passing. <3
Clover Leaf Stables
10:02:09 Clover / While
When our dog died we unexpectedly got a rescue dog. We thought we weren't ready for another dog, but if we didn't take him he'd have been put down. He's a great dog now and saving him gave meaning to losing to first one.
deadwood dressage
10:02:06 deadwood
we still do have a dog, his name is Rusty and he's 14 I think
Angels angels
10:01:41 *has 500+ brindles!*
Equus
It means they leveled up before their rider and they need to be assigned a rider in the next level
deadwood dressage
10:01:23 deadwood
also we have all the kittens and cats and bringing a new dog in would upset them a lot
McSmith Ranch
10:01:06 Mac | Thing 2
I lost my cat 2 weeks ago. The next day we went out to get another one. It made it easier to grieve.
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Registry Question August 21, 2019 04:55 PM

Amhain Dull Liath
 
Posts: 6737
#429534
Hello there.

I looooooooove oldenburgs! At some point I want to breed my mare to an oldenburg stud. Problem is, she is an AQHA and I've only ever heard of TBxOldenburg or purebred foals getting registered as an oldenburg. For some reason I can't reach the registry sites, mainly GOV, and I don't know how to navigate the working ones ;-; So this leads to my question.

Can an AQHAxOldenburg foal be registered as an oldenburg?

More specifically in GOV, since I like it most, but any registry really. I want my mare to produce a warmblood baby so darn bad but I need the foal to be able to get registered.
Registry Question August 21, 2019 04:57 PM

Stormsong Manor
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Posts: 4007
#429536
From the internets: "QH mare to approved WB stallion can be registered AWS, AWR, and with several WB registries."
Registry Question August 21, 2019 05:09 PM

Amhain Dull Liath
 
Posts: 6737
#429552
Thank you!
Registry Question August 21, 2019 10:49 PM

Amhain Dull Liath
 
Posts: 6737
#429768
I just read some things that say AWR and AWS (AWSSR) aren't good registries. Thoughts?

If I register a foal I want it in a respectable registry. I don't feel comfortable sticking him/her name on papers that don't mean anything.
Registry Question August 22, 2019 04:09 AM

Kuewi KNN Stable
Game Moderator
 
Posts: 2773
#429926
I don´t know how crossbreeding and registering in the US works--- but how would it work to register a mix in a purebreed registry at all?

Somehow this does not make sense to my personal understanding of breeding, sorry?


In Germany the original breeding associations would have to (dis) approve the mare first and give a special permit for a certain cross - and IF the foal would fit into the recent breeding programms it would maybe get appendix papers, if at all...
Registry Question August 22, 2019 06:25 AM

Mediterranean
 
Posts: 596
#429944


Kuewi KNN Stable said:
I don´t know how crossbreeding and registering in the US works--- but how would it work to register a mix in a purebreed registry at all?

Somehow this does not make sense to my personal understanding of breeding, sorry?


In Germany the original breeding associations would have to (dis) approve the mare first and give a special permit for a certain cross - and IF the foal would fit into the recent breeding programms it would maybe get appendix papers, if at all...


Yeah, I agree with Kuewi here. I'm pretty sure both the mare and the stud have to be approved by the registry for the foal to be elligible. Well, atleast that's how it is with the Irish Horse Registry, I'd assume it's similar for Warmblood studbooks. I could be wrong though, and there's probably exceptions.

Edited at August 22, 2019 06:35 AM by Mediterranean
Registry Question August 22, 2019 11:48 AM

Amhain Dull Liath
 
Posts: 6737
#430072
I see TBxOldenburg foals register as Oldenburgs all of the time, though I suppose TBs are - at a loss for words - better and closer to the breed conformation-wise? In American Warmblood registries (example AWS) basically any cross works when bred to an approved stud. I've heard this registry is basically just a waste of time though so, unless I hear something good from many people on here, I don't want to use it.

So I can get the foal in a warmblood registry somewhere. I would just much rather register as an Oldenburg or at least get a more respectable registry.

And with approving, if I'm not mistaken my mare would get approved at the foal's inspection. I'd have to read into it to make sure but this is how I've seen it done before.
Registry Question August 22, 2019 02:20 PM

Hermelin Farms
 
Posts: 182
#430148
I don't know much the specifics about the Oldenburg registry but I do know some things about Warmblood registries in general - and the mares has to be registred in their stud book for them to register the foal. To register the mare she has to have an "approved bloodline". Mostly those approved bloodlines come from other European Warmbloods, for example a mare with just Hanoverians in her pedigree will be approved for the Oldenburg registry because Hanoverians are approved by the Oldenburg Verband. They also accepts TBs with the right papers from the Jockey Club.

I researched the Oldenburg Verband quickly and they only seem to accept mares with bloodlines from other German breeds, as well as Belgian -, Danish - and Swedish Warmbloods, KWPN and Selle Francais. The exception seems to be TBs with the right papers and Arabians in some cases.

Most of my information I got from https://oldenburghorse.net/upload/Aktuelles/Rulebook_2018_aktuelle_Version.pdf if you want to read more :)
Registry Question August 23, 2019 07:59 AM

Jellos Warmbloods
 
Posts: 8060
#430752
The mare would have to be inspected and accepted into a registry in order for the foal to be registered.
In order to even do that, she herself will need to be DNA tested, with a 5 generation pedigree. (Neaning the horse needs to be registered somewhere)

After all that is said and done, not many (if any) of the erkend registries will accept a quarter horse.
They do accept pedigree hot bloods (usually TB) once they pass their inspections.

Any of the "american warmblood" registries are a joke. Theyll accept anything as long as you give them money. But unfortunately that is what youd be stuck with. An aqha x warmblood (any) isnt gonna be a warmblood and will not be accepted as such.

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