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        12-31-2013, 02:21 PM
      #111
    Showing
    Guys, really. Get over yourselves. This thread is about Stryder and his progress, not a contest over who knows more about treating wounds.

    If you think you have helpful information, then share it, don't beat everyone over the head with it.

    Thank you.
         
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        12-31-2013, 05:15 PM
      #112
    Foal
    I agree!
         
        12-31-2013, 06:43 PM
      #113
    Teen Forum Moderator
    I can't believe how quickly the tissue is growing. Whatever you're doing, its working great. Keep up the good work!

    I'm still of the opinion that he's going to be completely fine when this is all over with. Appies are tough cookies and Stryder is too darned cute not to be ok!

    Still sending healing thoughts your way. Coming from a former-owner of the queen-of-clutz herself, I can at least semi relate! I can't imagine doing all of that bandaging though...Kenzie's ear wasn't bandagable. (new word. Hehe)

    I don't see why using the store-bought saline solution wouldn't work for him. Its sterile and I've used it on injuries and on myself for years without a problem. You could always ask your vet though if you aren't sure.
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        01-01-2014, 02:51 AM
      #114
    Green Broke
    Please keep us updated on his progress. He's such a cute little thing.
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        01-01-2014, 03:28 AM
      #115
    Weanling
    [quote=Desperado;4418978]thats not how your post came across to me and another who will remain un-mentioned. Lime may very well be an 'old way' but it is still a good way so stop trying to scare people out of not using it! We have used it here on the Ranch for ever and its an excellent way to draw out the pus or infection that is in the wound which Increases healing time! Go back and read my first post the one you quoted and you will not see where I said to apply Corona to an open wound, I said to put it on a couple a times a week after the wound is healed. I don't mind hearing or reading another opinion but when I run into someone who says don't do this or that and tries to overide what somebody else has to say I call it like I see it and will continue to do so!



    To get back to the REAL topic here. What ever you choose I do hope Stryder continues to heal and keep us posted on his progress.
         
        01-01-2014, 01:36 PM
      #116
    Yearling
    First bandage change at home.


    The bandage had slid down a bit over night, so hopefully it will stay better this time. This is before we cleaned it. Need my BO to txt me the pic she took after we cleaned it.

         
        01-01-2014, 01:38 PM
      #117
    Yearling
    Already looks so much better!
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        01-01-2014, 02:19 PM
      #118
    Showing
    Oh, yeah! Looking great. Nice pink tissue regrowth, the gap is filling in, wound looks healthy and there's not much swelling.

    He'll heal up just fine. Probably have a scar but scars give a horse character .
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        01-01-2014, 02:52 PM
      #119
    Started
    That looks awesome for such a short period of time!
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        01-01-2014, 08:27 PM
      #120
    Foal
    What type of medicated cream did you end up using, bactarin or more neosporin?
         

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