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        01-19-2010, 02:28 PM
      #21
    Weanling
    ^ hahah wow...I would have had to tease her, but at least she could get it all clean. My dad's gelding used to actually enjoy being cleaned, but he was cut and broke right before we got him. He thought my dad was his best bud for hosing him with cold water and later in life getting him all cleaned out...lol. It was funny. My mom gets those really long rubber gloves. We have sedatives to use if we need them, but I can only foresee one of ours that will need it....poor guy is an idiot. We're still working with him to get him better about things, but it may need cleaned beofre then.
         
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        01-19-2010, 02:38 PM
      #22
    Weanling
    And somehow I consider myself lucky...my gelding is super clean all the time...i constantly check him for beans because I just know one is going to sneak up on my but he never has one! And he is always clean! Never a funny smell...never alot of yuck...a little bit but hey that's just natural...he is clean...sometimes it weirds me out...

    I don't think I would have an issue cleaning his sheath though...i mean as weird as it sounds he is very use to being handled there...i made sure he was so that if he ever did get a bean or need his sheath cleaned I could do it myself with him tied...so yea...i still just consider myself lucky that I havent had to do it yet...
         
        01-19-2010, 11:35 PM
      #23
    Foal
    Well, don't I feel foolish?
    Tried to get the phone number for the "cleaning lady" only to find out she lives 5 hours away. The friend who knows her moved here 3 years ago and she's the one who told me about her.
    So I'm in a bit of a pickle here...
    One of the other ladies at the barn is going to help me this weekend, I wonder how JT is going to feel about all this....
    Been looking at all the other threads on the subject and even found a video using google, not looking forward to this.
    But, if it's gotta get done, it will get done!
         

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