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post #1 of 8 Old 12-30-2011, 01:44 PM Thread Starter
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DuffyDuck: What remains of the 'absess' which is not an 'absess'

Thought I'd share the pictures of why Duffy decided to have a weeks holiday, then turn in to a dinosaur every time I wanted to touch the hind leg.

Please note the exhibits.. with a) yellow highlighter leg and b) what was and was not the absess xD

Thought I'd throw in a couple extra at the end of mum holding her.. you can see how impressed she is, then we got a cute face xD... also note that my horse's head is almost of big AS my mum...
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did you ever find out what it was

Nice picture of your mom and horse

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Farrier reckons it was a grain of sand that got in, rubbed, irritated and caused an infection which travelled up the leg before popping, but not an absess as there was no pain in the hoof... I dunno, I just it NEVER happens again... however, knowing my luck ;D

And thanks, she loves Duffy and Duffy tells her all the mean things I do like making her work and wait for her food haha
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I hope your horse heals fast

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Thank you very much! Me too.. she's had a week off now, and it just needs to dry out, all the pus has drained.. me sniffing bandages.. gross! And then lots of lunging!
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Lol! ^^^ That is a big horse! Makes my little 14.3 QHs look like minature ponies!
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Lol! ^^^ That is a big horse! Makes my little 14.3 QHs look like minature ponies!
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Hahahaha I didn't WANT a big horse, I wanted a small horse. But.. she was the one!

See my finger? That's a size guide..it takes me forever to pick her feet out hahaha!

Its looking much better, the pus had developed like a bubble on the side of the foot.. gross!
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Awww.. heal soon Duffy!!
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