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Gelding Procedure(graphic)

Discussion in 'Horse Health' started by dreamrdr1, Jun 24, 2008.

  1. dreamrdr1

    dreamrdr1 Senior Member

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    After a lot of thought and tossing it around for about a week. I know its for the best I know own a gelding. All went well and he did just fine. A tiny bit of swelling but nothing serious. I pray all goes well I lost a stud I gelded years back ago due to Semolina. Here are the pics from the procedure very graphic. Tonya

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  2. canadianlover

    canadianlover Senior Member+

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    oh yumm. baha NOT. but you made a good decision, good for you :)
     
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  3. mamaalwaysrides

    mamaalwaysrides Senior Member

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    i just had to look didn't I
     
  4. I LUV BESS

    I LUV BESS Senior Member+

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    aww bless him

    thanks for the pics :) ;)
     
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  5. fozzie

    fozzie Full Member

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    Just had my yearling gelded too. I was a bit worried but he recovered really quickly. He was sedated and standing when he was gelded. :)
     
  6. Trace

    Trace Senior Member+

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    Wow - that looks like it seriously hurt.

    Great pics though - very educational.
     
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  7. dreamrdr1

    dreamrdr1 Senior Member

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    TY for your words of encouragement and approval on getting Bandit gelded. He does not appear to be in a lot of pain but I can't help to think that he is. I was slow trotting him this morning in the round pen he did try to buck a lil bit he nipped that in the bud real fast and realized its not time for that yet, LOL The next week I will be biting my nails.... my other colt got real sick 3 days after he was gelded. Please came Bandit in your prayers. I will keep yall posted and thanks so much again.
     
  8. iluvmywarmblood

    iluvmywarmblood Senior Member

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    My Husband nearly FAINTED!!! LOL!!! Thanks for sharing, very educational.
     
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  9. Quita-keepen

    Quita-keepen Senior Member

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    Lol.^ I bet.
     
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  10. dreamrdr1

    dreamrdr1 Senior Member

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    LMAO... I could understand why he got squeamish... not the same as a mans vasectomy. Please apologize to him for me. Thanks, Tonya
     

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