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        10-01-2009, 10:16 PM
      #11
    Yearling
    Go to Walmart and buy, its eye cream, or in like the eye contacts section. It is really cheap, I use it on my old mare who has moonblindess. It helps clear up her eyes and soothes them.

    What is it called... I will think of it in a minute...
         
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        10-01-2009, 11:46 PM
      #12
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Wallaby    
    Her what? Haha No, I don't. =P
    ha, sorry I didn't want to bother explaining it if you already knew. The first time you can have a vet or knowledgeable horsey friend show you. You know how when their eyes run, their noses do too (and yours as well for that matter?) it is because there is a little tract running from your eyes out the nostril. You can find the hole inside the nostril on the middle side right between where it is pink and where it is pigmented (in Lacey's case she might be all pink in there!) anyway you stick a skinny tube up there and hook up a syringe filled with saline solution and flush away. She might hate it. A vet should be able to sell you the necessary objects for less than $5. But like I said, if you haven't seen it done, have a friend help, it can be tricky to find but you'll know it worked when her eyes tear up and gunk runs out.
         

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