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    11-18-2013, 05:44 AM
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how to fix really bad chain cuts on off the track pacer

One of my barn mates just traded his horse for a off the track standard bred pacer who I noticed has REALLY bad chain marks on his back legs with flesh hanging off whats worse is it has healed like that and the new owner dosent use chains and isnt sure how to fix it I will ask for permission for pictures but I was wondering what can he do to help heal this


Its not infected and dosent seem painfull to the horse as it has healed he wants to avoid the vet if he can this is not my horse I cannot make the guy call the vet but would love some ideas on what to do so I can sugest them to him
     
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    11-18-2013, 07:43 AM
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If the wounds are already healed, there's not much he can do other than ask the vet to cut off any dangling dead flesh.
     

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