It's supposed to be warm tomorrow so Miss Lacey is probably going to get a bath (yay!).
However, this brings me to the question I always have during bathing season: how on earth do I get her teats really clean?
They're obviously itchy (she loves having them scratched) and they're very scummy when I clean them (weekly during the summer, not so often in the winter), but I feel like I'm never able to do a really effective job.
Basically, her teats are pretty dangly and she has at least 5 circular, protruding gray horse melanomas on/between them that seem to really collect gunk.
I'm tried just using my fingers+water+shampoo but stuff always seems to be left behind in the grooves between her and the melanomas... I do let the shampoo sit for a bit on her teats before trying to get anything off, so everything kinda softens up, that works ok but stuff is still left behind...
I do my best but maybe there's "a way" or someone who's figured out how to maneuver around those melanomas...
Thankfully she adores it when I clean them so I can literally spend 15 minutes attempting to clean her teats and she'll still be like "more please!!!"