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Our beloved family member Cody, my 10 year old daughters companion was mauled by a 500 lb black bear AND LIVED! This happened right next to Buckley Air Base. He is in stable condition, but will require alot of love and care to live thru it, the vet bills are going to tremendous by the time its all over, Dr. Fry and Dr. Mueller have been very understanding and helping us thru this ordeal, Dr. Muellers quick response was such a blessing, the horse has been moved to a more sterile area and sheltered adding to the expense. So donations are gladly being excepted, the Dept. of Wildlife has said they may be able to help us with some of the bills but we will have to pay it all up front first.

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Kymn wrote:
As of today Cody is doing good hes walking much better. The vet will see him tomorrow, you can reach us the family at 720-859-3213 or 720-855-5692 we are trying to get an account set up for donations.You can call us even if you want to come see cody for yourself.He has been gettin lots of fan mail.To clarify another thing the bear prints were also found in our pasture we have pics,as well as in sand creek.Cody is at 3800 Tower rd at Lil Buckaroo stables until he can return back home with his other two horse pals.Thanks for being concerned and we hope to hear from you all,The Keck family
 
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Blorky wrote:
Horse versus bear. Sounds like a real dust-up.
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What about a Bronco vs a Bear?
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DIAMONDWIRE wrote:
I wish they would give more info on exactly the oath the bear took to get to the horse. And what areas should beware of a possible return. The bear found a possible source of food......it could return. Is it just me or does this story lack REAL info for public safety?
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"...Shyenne has been raising Cody at a private boarding facility just of Buckley Air Force Base."
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Just what of Buckley Air Force Base?
9/20/2009 10:11 AM PDT on
 
 
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gachemisma wrote:
just two weeks,north of Cody's place,neighbor tell's me that she arrived home late evening and while walking to front door she heard a large cat or bear in the dark growling..next morning their horse had scratches..we do have a large animal in the neighborhood..wish the Best For Cody!
9/20/2009 7:33 AM PDT on
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johnsonsite wrote:
Anyone else wonder about the disconnection between "...a 500-pound black bear...." and the sentence with "...a young bear...."??? A 500 lb black bear is definitely a fully adult bear. So, which is it? I doubt a young bear would even take on a adult horse. Perhaps the little bear was with its big ole' momma bear? Travelling along I-70 to and from the mountains for dinner?
9/20/2009 7:23 AM PDT 
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Reistad wrote:
Last paragraph says the bear(s) will need to travel west from Aurora, through the city of Denver. "The DOW found paw prints along nearby Sand Creek that they believe to be from a young bear some leading toward the property and others leading away, toward the mountains. The DOW found paw prints along nearby Sand Creek that they believe to be from a young bear some leading toward the property and others leading away, toward the mountains." Yet they aren't expecting any more incidents where a bar & another animal/human might "run into each other and scare each other and have a little tear up there."
9/20/2009 6:26 AM PDT 
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ramgurl wrote:
HEAL FAST CODY.
9/20/2009 6:02 AM PDT 
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Blorky wrote:
Horse versus bear. Sounds like a real dust-up.

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