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post #11 of 33 Old 01-21-2009, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Lol I'm really worried about trying this with a mule, apparently they can kick out with perfect aim in any direction SO, I'll just wait until he needs his teeth floated and ask the vet to do it then. Xp
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post #12 of 33 Old 01-21-2009, 09:01 PM
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What I can't do is get the bean out. :-/ Its annoying me and Im betting on have a vet come out to get it out because its aggrevating me. All I gotta do is brush with a soft brush and he drops and lets you do whatever.

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I also have acrylic nails on so I don't think they help very much.

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Ugh, I have to clean both of my geldings sheaths in the spring. I am not looking forward to that at all!
Both of have have a tendency to kick when they're upset.

Do I have to stick my finger up in their urethra to get the bean out?
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Yup. And its suppose to just come out with a little pressure on it but I can never get it to work.

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post #16 of 33 Old 01-22-2009, 05:12 PM
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Ah, sheath cleaning. Well, my old old horse Cody...I had to clean his sometimes; but I usually got the vet to do it. It's much easier, & less nasty...lol.

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post #17 of 33 Old 01-22-2009, 05:16 PM
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ok, I'll have to give it a try and see how it progresses.

SO going to be wearing gloves for this!
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post #18 of 33 Old 01-22-2009, 09:54 PM
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However if you whistle some horses will drop - supposedly, it makes them want to pee. I tried, my guy's started coming out but then I think he remembered what was going on.
Maybe you have to put a hoof in warm water!LOL
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ROFL northernmama!!!

When Regii needs his done Im just going to pay someone to do it.. Preferably a friend who rides so theyr cheap but still know what theyr doing =P
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sheath cleaning songs (3)

The Sheath Cleaning Song #1
>
>
> To the tune of "If you're happy and you know it"...
>
> If it's hanging and you see it lube your hands
> If it's hanging and you see it lube your hands
> If it's hanging and you see it
> Grab it quick it's time to clean it
> If it's hanging and you see it lube your hands.
>
> If it's peely and it's crusty pick it off
> If it's peely and it's crusty pick it off
> If it's peely and it's crusty
> and the smell is kind of musty
> If it's peely and it's crusy pick it off
>
> If his weenie has a beanie dig it out
> If his weeny has a beanie dig it out
> If his weiner has a beaner
> Pull it out and he'll be cleaner
> If his weenie has a beenie dig it out
>
> Now he's happy and you know it wash your hands
> Now he's happy and you know it wash your hands
> It's a job that's kind of kinky
> And now your hands are really stinky
> But he's happy and you know it wash your hands.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> The Sheath Cleaning Song #2
> Author Unknown
>
> Sing it to the tune of "Hello Mother, Hello Father" from camp song
>
> How's it hangin'?
> So much cleaner.
> Aren't you glad I
> washed your wiener?
>
> I'll admit it's
> kinda creepy
> that I had to stick my arm up in your pee-pee.
>
> It was sticky.
> It was gunky.
> It felt icky.
> It smelled funky.
>
> It was cruddy,
> it was crusty--
> when you stuck it out, it creaked like it was rusty.
>
> After half an
> hour of toilin'
> and of squirtin'
> baby oil in,
> you're as fresh there
> as a daisy.
>
> Either this means I love you or else I'm crazy!!!
>
>
>
> And one for Mares
>
> Sung to the
> tune of Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda:
>
> Is it clean now
> Near your udder?
> Is it smooth now
> Smooth as butter?
> It's a chore that
> I'm not keen on
> I'm either something to be kicked
> Or else to lean on
>
> There's much crust there
> 'Tween your teatsies
> More disgusting
> Than your feetsies
> I'll admit it's kinda scarey
> To be reaching under you where it's not hairy.
>
> It is black and kinda peely
> Sometimes chunky, but ideally
> It's a good thing, all in all
> So you don't rub your tail raw upon the stall wall.
>
> Now the mare folks
> Have their own diddy
> About cleaning their mare's titty
> Hope you've had some slight enjoyment
> As for me I might be facing unemployment!
>

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