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post #1 of 8 Old 04-26-2010, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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Gelding Doesn't Drop to Pee

I recently noticed that my gelding, who I have had for only a few months, doesn't drop to pee. I have never known a gelding to do that before. Is this a sign that something is wrong?
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post #2 of 8 Old 04-26-2010, 08:20 PM
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No, well, sometimes, no. My gelding doesnt and he has been cleaned and checked by the vet. He's just shy. :O But make sure to clean him and check him out just in case, and if all is fine and spit spot, maybe work on his self confidence and manly attitude some?
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he might be less cowardly if you used neuticles:
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Just make sure he's clean and doesn't have a "bean." Then, if he's still shy after that, it's probably just him being him.

I have two geldings, and they only seem to drop a tiny bit when peeing. But then at other times they will drop just to get fresh air. But to pee, they usually don't drop all the way, just partially.

If he pees without dropping at all, and it just sort of sprays out of his sheath, I bet he needs a cleaning.
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No, well, sometimes, no. My gelding doesnt and he has been cleaned and checked by the vet. He's just shy. :O But make sure to clean him and check him out just in case
This.
My gelding is the same way. He drops just enough so his penis is just barely outside his sheath.
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You always know its springtime when the geldings have their weenies waving in the breeze. ;)

Mine have always dropped even just a little bit.

Spent a whole hour today laying in a pasture, waiting for a sparkling vampire to show up. Alas, I woke up and looked over, only to find a mound of horse crap. Sigh.
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he might be less cowardly if you used neuticles:
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LOL, is that for real?
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LOL, is that for real?
it is for real! You missed the big thread on them awhile ago!haha
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You always know its springtime when the geldings have their weenies waving in the breeze. ;)
WOW! Lol! That's a great quote! Even if its a bit odd,lol
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