Tommy Two Tone
Tommy Two Tone

Tommy Two-Tone is a small paint pony gelding, about 19 years old, (in 2017). He was rescued from a dealer who was taking him to auction at New Holland. Tommy was very ill with pneumonia, left untreated for a long time. As a result he was extremely listless and quiet. Unfortunately, he developed scar tissue in his lungs, and the irreversible damage has left him with heaves; a chronic respiratory condition managed with medication. All this resulted from lack of early treatment. He is fine now, but requires Albuterol as needed and must live outside. He is sound, quite fresh and a good guy. He runs and plays now, and seems very happy.

Tommy has a strong bond with his paddock mate, Livy. The two of them are inseparable, and if adopted, he and Livy must be adopted together. Despite their very close bond, Livy takes center stage at our annual Open House. As anyone who attends Open House can attest, Livy can be a bit rude to her best friend to insure she is in the spotlight, but it doesn't take long for everything to return to Tommy and Livy's enduring fondness for one another.

We don't know what limitations Tommy's heaves might place on how much he can do overall. While he is generally good natured, he would need training before he could be used around children, and must go to a very experienced person for training. If interested in adopting Tommy and Livy, please contact Mylestone for more details.

Tommy would love to know you'll be his friend. Won't you please sponsor Tommy?

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