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    01-01-2014, 10:12 PM
Wow, that is an awesome before pic! Looks like an after and 2 weeks later pic! Keep it up Stryder!
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    01-01-2014, 10:54 PM
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Looking great!

I can't get over how cute he is, or how solid he is getting. Even before his injury I've had a "Stryder Radar", watching him progress from the teeny little weanling to this big hunk of gorgeous. Slightly off topic, but do you know how tall he is? I'm loving the way he is filling out, and I do believe he's converted me to liking appies...lol!
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    01-01-2014, 11:33 PM
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Wow looking fabulous. So fast too. Horses have an amazing healing
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    01-02-2014, 10:36 AM
Desperado, I'm using generic triple antibotic right now

Endiku, I think he's about 14.2 at the shoulder right now, I need to measure him again. I love his head, it's like a stuffed animals LoL. He's definitely filling out and growing wider as he gets taller, he almost doesn't look like an awkward baby anymore!
    01-02-2014, 10:39 AM
Green Broke
It looks great. Lots of tissue growth. Is the bone still exposed? I can't tell in the picture.
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    01-02-2014, 10:42 AM
The bone has some exposure under some skin he sawed away from it, it's hard to see until we clean and the flap moves. That tissue's starting to grow there too though, so hopefully it'll be covered soon.
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    01-02-2014, 11:05 AM

Just wanted to drop by and do a little Happy Dance for Stryder...I'm wearing jingles by the way. Hehe

He looks fantastic!
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    01-02-2014, 12:21 PM
Originally Posted by Drifting    
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.

Being where it is the wrap will probably slip down every night lol. Between the cream on it, and swelling going down its hard to combat slippage. Also, not sure if Stryder lays down to sleep, but I know Walter did, and does, and it didn't help keep it up either.

Leg is looking good! Before long the bone will be covered, and you'll worry will be pesky proud flesh! ;) Keep the pictures coming. Love watching the healing process.

BTW does he like his likit??
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    01-02-2014, 01:07 PM
Originally Posted by xxdanioo    
Being where it is the wrap will probably slip down every night lol. Between the cream on it, and swelling going down its hard to combat slippage..
I recently had one of my boys with a scrape just below the knee that needed bandaging. Of course the bandage slipped without fail. Grr. Finally we just started to wrap above the knee which kept it from slipping down and kept the bandage where he actually needed it and not on his darned ankle! LOL
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    01-02-2014, 01:49 PM
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How do you keep his bandage from slipping?
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