She is major medical, loss of use, and mortality, so that is very lucky.
I'm not sure what antibiotics she was on/ is going on in the morning, but I can call and find out tomorrow. I have driven all the way home a few times to change the bandage and look at it myself, I just can't stand not being there to do it myself all the time. The woman taking care of her is very experienced and I know her extremely well. She's the leader of the 4-H club and introduced me to horses. She just feels terrible about what happened (i moved my mare there to free lease her to a 4-Her), she is fully committed and ready to do whatever needs to be done, for which i'm very thankful. The vet will help us decide whether we should go somewhere else for more care, as I know there's only so much some "hometown" vets can do. I would love it if we took her to Purdue for a while, I am in my second year of pre-vet there anyways =P If only there was a discount for that lol
Thanks again, I am getting ready to look up more info on NSAID's, gosh, I'm so new to everything but I'm trying to soak it in! Any help at all is very much appreciated =)