Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Tuesday 8 July 2008

I wrote an extra article on the subject of Proud Flesh in horses' when they have leg injuries and how difficult it is to keep under control. This was prompted by my friend MiKael of Rising Rainbow Arabians who has a young arabian colt who has injured his leg and she is probably going to have the same struggle as I had except this colt has the injury right on the coronary band, where the hoof and hair meet, which makes it just that much harder to deal with.

Yukky warning if you are squeemish it may not be a good place to visit as I have illustrated it with graphic pictures. I dont claim to be a professional and am just verbalising an account of how I handled this situation and what worked for me so be sure to always consult your veterinarian first.

The pictures today are of a moth that Stan found at the campsite on Tuesday. If anyone knows what type it is I would be grateful for some sort of Identification.

It is pretty late so I am going to make this a short one. I will answer the questions that have been posed on my past few blogs tomorrow ((((Hugs))))) all.



Anonymous said...

Nice photography. I enjoy seeing these creatures up close.

Patty and I will be celebrating 53 years of marriage on July 12th. Think of it as a long-term relationship.

I have invited bloggers to offer suggestions on a gift for me to give Patty and the list would not be complete without your ideas.

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Brookville Daily Photo

CG said...

The improvement in the leg is incredible. I would never have believed such a horrible looking injury could heal so well.

I love the moth pic. I don't know which one he is though!

raccoonlover1963 said...

It's a neat looking moth. Unfortunately, I have no idea what kind it is. I have never seen one like it before.

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