A new member in the Donkey Paradise of Asturias is Finn, a young Asturcón (not a donkey but an autochthonous pony). The Asturcón is a race of semisalvaje pony that inhabits Asturias, in concrete in the Mountain range of the Sueve, since immemorial times; a few kilometers from the Paraiso del Donkey.
Finn arrived in April 2015 and was a bit haggard. He is young and small, even for his kind, which is strong and plump; can be between 1 to 4 years. He looks tiny for four years but his teeth say otherwise. Finn could not even stand when he came to us, having to lean on the old cart in the yard to keep his balance. He was quite sick, as he was infested with internal and external parasites. The veterinarian began a treatment for babeciosis (a tick-borne disease), providing antibiotics for infections and an internal anti-parasite paste. After these cares and the vitamins that were added to his food he has begun his recovery enthusiastically.
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RITUALS OR CULTOS
So do it! "Bury the handkerchief with the bark while mentalising the enemy unable to make negative rumors about you. It consists of all kinds of protection elements, such as stones, talismans, amulets, roots, plants, powders, etc.
Lately I drink a lot of coffee, sleep a little and wake up without alarm at four in the morning - approximately -. Despite the distance and not living together, we are the same and suffer the same problems.
Finn had no energy for the first three weeks. On the first night, he slept in the "tent" as he could not move very far. Each night Marleen, just before going to sleep, glanced over and, if Finn was in a peculiar posture, he was turned to a more comfortable posture. A volunteer, Rory, took on the task of helping Finn as much as possible, until one day he was filled with joy at seeing him stand on his own. Since then, Rory has been touring the farm to increase his muscles. Finn is very stubborn and strong for his size and it is almost necessary to push him to get him to advance, the good thing is that he does not kick or bite and his neighing is a charming sound. In the future we will have to castrate him but not before he recovers completely and enjoys his revitalized health.