We started with Tia who was walking normally but still had some sensitivity on her suspensory. Both the vet and I thought that she probably got worked up in her paddock last weekend when we had some thunderstorms roll in and re injured herself. So she's on stall rest with hand walking for another couple weeks then recheck.
|If you look close you can see it
With McKenna I told the vet about the on and off lameness and the slit on her coronary band. When we pulled her out of her stall she had a very obvious spot of blood on it and when the vet pushed more blood/pus mix came out. He did put the hoot testers to her and she wasn't reactive. He recommended a few days of Epsom salt soaking to draw anything else out then switching to an iodine spray to dry it out.
We did her first soak later that night and she was surprisingly good for it. She didn't want to stand still for very long but happily put her foot in soak. She likes to put both her front feet in her water trough in the pasture and splash around so I was expecting some that to happen but she didn't.
|At least she's cute!