Bahloo's legs got clipped . . . I didn't want to do it. She's been loving the pond and it's mud fever or scratches, so I had to dry her legs out- meaning the feathering had to go . . .
Just look at her black legs from the pond. This was this morning before I learned it was scratches/mud fever.
So her legs were clipped, betadine scrubbed, air dried and then MTG rubbed in to help her legs. I'll continue the MTG for a week and then allow the regrowth of the hair.
This was after the shifty clip job on her legs. Dad was good enough to hold her while I clipped.
The fronts aren't too awful-nothing noticeable from this distance.
But the back legs- uhg, the fur came off horribly . . .
This is the pile of feathering that was trimmed off. IT filled a walmart bag- I about cried doing it, but it was for the better of her legs.
Just Heidi and Phoenix Pic spamming here. I had Heidi out hand grazing for a little while in the heat of the day-hence the haltered pictures.
I had to get the two together so I can compare sizes again! Gosh I forget how big she is.
Munching in my pasture.