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Help please , my horse went through some fence and his back leg is cut up

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    06-20-2012, 02:52 PM
I sprayed him off with the hose yesterday and watched him roll and he didn't do the leg thing ...After the farrier comes out today I plan on spraying them again and will video him rolling again so ya can see ...He has been putting weight on it , you know how they will stand with one foot a little relaxed in the back and will have weight on all the other ones, well I noticed that he will have the good leg realaxed and the other on the ground I don't know ...The woman I got them from is coming out sometime this week and is going to help me work with them . I really freaked out when it first happened and if it weren't from people telling me it was ok I would have had someone come out then , but now that it's scabbed all the way up and doing good I don't see a need.
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