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    03-31-2013, 09:12 PM
Green Broke
Demon, what happened to the human? Charge filed or did they know who did it? I remember this, as it was all over my horse groups.

If you know of conviction in the case, PM me and I will get you to database where you can add the name to the list.
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    03-31-2013, 09:13 PM
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Are we talking about our particular case? I'm slightly confused xD

I wouldn't think that our case would be in public records yet, considering that we don't really have proof of this being on purpose, besides there being a note in her feed bucket. I could be wrong though?

Those cases are disgusting...especially since that shetland had to be. We're doing all we can to keep infection out on Kenzie so we don't have the same outcome :(
    03-31-2013, 09:20 PM
Green Broke
No was asking about horse that was burned last year.

Sorry, but hadn't seen that on data base so wanted to make sure it was added if there had been conviction.

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    03-31-2013, 09:21 PM
Originally Posted by Palomine    
Demon, what happened to the human? Charge filed or did they know who did it? I remember this, as it was all over my horse groups.

If you know of conviction in the case, PM me and I will get you to database where you can add the name to the list.
Palomine, as far as I know, they never found the jackass who did it!!!! =(

Pretty sure this was the last thing posted in our area FB horse group:

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    03-31-2013, 09:28 PM
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Ick, that poor little colt! Thankfully Kenzie's isnt quite that bad...but I don't know. With as swollen looking as it is I have to wonder if its even getting a good enough blood supply. Hopefully it heals up and stays on though, lop ear is cuter than no ear xD
    03-31-2013, 10:02 PM
For a health certificate to be issued, the veterinarian has to be sure that the horse is not carrying any infectious disease. If she has a negative coggins and her shots, she should be able to be transported now.
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    04-01-2013, 12:50 AM
I didn't read all of the thread, I'm working through it, but SUGAR WILL WORK.

One of the lesson horses got a gash on his hind end, we thought it was just a bite mark, so let it go, not knowing exactly how deep it was. Few days later it smelled like death, so had the vet out and he was able to stick his WHOLE HAND in. The vet came for weeks, and had told us to put sugar on it to keep infection out, IT WORKED and is COMPLETELY HEALED. I can take a picture of the wound tomorrow, if you'd like. I'm looking for one now of the injury after the vet came out..
    04-01-2013, 01:12 AM
I am also still serious in my offer to give her a home here in Kentucky. Which ever is the easiest to transport her to most cost effectively. I'm about 750 - 800 miles or so, about 13 or 14 hours. I may have a trailer I can borrow, and I'm guessing it would be only a few hundred dollars or so in gas costs for me to travel both ways to come get her. Well, maybe closer to $500, since my van has a huge V-8 and sucks gas likes it's still 73 cents a gallon instead of $3.73...

****, I just made myself feel very, very old.

Anyway, just wanted to throw that out there, I'm still here as an option. And I just asked my hubby about bringing her home and he said "she's not here yet?". Besides, it'll give me an incentive to get out back and get the post holes dug for my fence and round pen before the rain stops and the ground turns into concrete!!
    04-01-2013, 01:28 AM

Okay, here is the wound after the vet came out and cleaned it up, the wound went to the left (towards his butt) and we thought he was going to have to cut more off. I know it's not as nearly bad as hers, but sugar does work to keep infection out, saline was used to clean, and then sugar was used to keep infection away.
    04-01-2013, 01:29 AM
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Some "people" don't desereved to be called human. I'm so sorry this happened.
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