Advert opinions please *sorry!*

lovecharles

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also, seriously, what do you think his chances are of finding someone. I wanted to be completely honest about him, so i know if they are truley interested. i just hope we can get someone who is experianced enough for him.
 

cptrayes

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I think you are only being fair to Charles to warn a future home properly about what they will be taking on. It is so nice to see someone actually telling the truth! I think you need to add a word or two about why he is lame so that people will not think it will cost them a fortune in vet bills.
 

lovecharles

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okay. i was thinking that. Basically, the vet is unsure as to his problem. he is not lame visibally, just sometimes a little stiff. As long a he always has 4 shoes, he's fine on the flat.
 

Sarah Sum1

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I think it is a good honest advert. I think you will find a suitable person. 2nd the comment about why he is lame. But other than that, Charlie is lucky to have an owner that cares about him so much.
 

Magicmillbrook

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I 3rd the lame comment - perhaps you could cut down the text a little as you seem to be repeating. Basicaly a prospective loaner needs to know they have to be boss, he may bite and can be grumpy. I would also perhaps put more emphasis on his good points, which to my mind make him a good bet for anyone who is a competant horse handler. I hope you find him a good home.
 
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