Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Cincinnati, OH (USA)
Ah, the topic of sheath cleaning. Everyone's favorite thread. Full of uncomfortable phrases and silly jokes. But here goes anyway...
Okay, I posted on here a while ago about how my gelding didn't drop to pee, and as I expected, everyone said he probably needed his sheath cleaned. So a couple of weeks ago, I threw on some latex gloves, filled a bucket with soapy water and got to work. I must have been unsuccessful in my attempt though, as he still isn't dropping to pee, and is spraying pee all over his belly.
When I cleaned him, I got a lot of smegma out of his sheath, but I was unable, despite all attempts, to get him to drop for it, and was therefore also unable to clean his actual...ahem, part. When I reached up as far as possible, I think I found the head of it, and reached my finger up to try to find the bean, but there was nothing there.
Now, I will try have to try again, because he is smelly around there, and seems to even have a bit of on his belly in front of his sheath - I assume that neither of those things are good.
Anyway, I guess I am just asking for any tips for my next attempt?