I posted a thread months ago about this and while the situation is somewhat better we are facing a whole new bunch of problems now
I got arizona when he was 3 but he had been neglected for so long that he was severely undergrown and didnt even have a set of...you know...boy bits
Anyways, it was during winter that we first noticed he still had none but then when it warmed up they magically appeared. I figured they were just hiding from the cold and now it was warm it was safe to come out
But, they arent staying down. One day you can look and swear he is a gelding and the next day there is no doubting he is a stallion. Also, he sucks them up when he is nervous or in trouble. I have never ever seen a stally do this.
Its causing a problem now that I want to get him gelded. I had the vet come out the other day to geld him and when he got here he thought I was nuts cause arizona had no, well nuts lol they were sucked up good and proper. Consequently he couldnt be gelded but it still cost me a call out fee of $90
The vet hadnt seen it before and has no idea how to combat it. I rang a different vet and told him the story and the only thing he could suggest was taking him there and leaving him until the vet could get him while they are down. Only problem is that will cost $$$$ every day and I can't afford hundreds of dollars just to get him cut
Has anyone else seen this before? Any ideas why?