Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Outside of Oklahoma City
Well this sucks.
Okay, so I have had Rebel since November 08. Around January, He got kicked really bad on his left hind stifle, but we got a vet out and that's all better now. But, ever since then, he has been lame on his left front. We have tried:
But nothing has seemed to work! I seriously think he has navacular syndrome, but my parents seem worn out and don't want to try something that will just wind up not working, like all the other stuff clearly has. We are tight in money, and sadly my parents have stated that if one of my horses has to go, it's him. But I have brought this horse from the ground up! He was scared of people, and I am the only person he can really trust and open up to. I don't want him to bounce around house to house and just wind up going to slaughter. He is only 5! He has plently of life in him. My drill horse currently is getting old and tired, and he is the only other horse that isn't a foal or kicks other horses. I love this horse so much! He needs help. What do you suggest I do? Oh and I added the picture because I think he is so darn cute:)
Be wary of the horse with a sense of humour. - Pam Brown