The close ups were taken 3 days after the incident, the last one about a month or so later, didn't have any closeups of the "healed" wound. It happened back in March of this year. She decided to jump over the metal muck bucket holder, strategically placed in front of her gate, and managed to catch her hind leg in it. She dragged the cart for a few feet before untangling herself, and as she was still very skittish, it took a few minutes to catch her, and it took another minute or two to realize that she had done more than tweak her leg. She managed to sever a minor vein, and basically filet the top layer of her skin away from the rest of her leg. At first glance, it just looked like a minor cut that just needed to be wrapped, but after walking her up towards the wash rack, I decided that I was going to play it safe and call the vet, because it just was bleeding more and longer than I thought it should have. He also thought at first glance that it wasn't much, though he did say right of the bat that she got a vein. He has to sedate her twice, because it took half an hour just to clean the wound out. She got seven stitches, and strict orders not to move her anymore than necessary. While he was cleaning the wound, he showed me exactly how close she had come to severing the main artery in the hock. You could see the artery in the back of the wound. She's still got a persistent scab on the top of the wound, and I've had my vet look at it a couple of times, and he's said just to leave it alone.