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  • taco update :-( Update post 141 pg 8

    I came down to Tryon to see Taco and his leg. Its ugly- and scares me a lot. I am glad I am getting to be with him, and I think he feels the same. I got lots of hugs and "Mom, look here, I hurt here, too!" and he showed me 2 other places that he got banged up. But, he was glad to see me, loved the carrots and treats. Luggage arrived late so got shipped out here this afternoon- with all the wrap supplies so we are getting set.

    Please continue to jingle- I know there are a lot of really important requests right now on the BB, so don't take any from those... but any possible extras are appreciated.


    I am going to attach links to pictures- they are somewhat gross, so that is why I am not doing thumbnails.

    I think this is a better link? Try this first...

    http://community.webshots.com/album/557011539mQhALp

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    Last edited by annikak; Jun. 18, 2007, 06:37 PM. Reason: Updates to everything

  • #2
    Wow

    You guys have been through it all.

    SB & I continue to jingle for you and "Da Man"

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    • #3
      lots of jingles from DC! You are not taking away from anything -- we have enough jingles for everyone, and Taco certainly deserves special eventer jingles!
      The big man -- my lost prince

      The little brother, now my main man

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      • #4
        jingles are like what I told my girls about loving them both - "think about one candle - it can light another and another and still burn brightly..." jingling like mad for Taco! (he's going to be ok now that you're there. Ann's a super vet, but they can't do it without the horse mom)
        ~ it no longer matters what level I do, as long as I am doing it..~ with many thanks, to Elizabeth Callahan

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        • #5
          Oh No!

          Annika, After all you have been through with that boy you guys deserve some good luck~ Heres hoping and jingling he mends fast!

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          • #6
            Poor baby. He must have been glad to see you. We're still jingling!
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            • #7
              jingle

              jingles from Stephentown. I think jingles are like love, an infinite amount
              Susan
              http://community.webshots.com/user/ss3777
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              • #8
                many jingles from CO and Champion Lodge Poor Annikak!!!

                Were any tendons damaged?

                I used a product called "DermaClens", it's a white ointment, marketed mainly for dogs, on my horses's bad proud flesh injury by the coronary band. It works awesome. It has some aspirin in it, too, so it feels good for the horse and it is not too iritating like some other proud flesh ointments.

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                • #9
                  You're right, that is ugly. Jingles to Taco for a quick recovery!

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                  • #10
                    Yuck. But I'm glad you are able to be there. --Jess

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                    • #11
                      (((Jingle,Jingle,Jingle)))

                      Still jingling!!!!
                      Katie

                      "I'm not afraid to fall, to fall is not to fail, you fail when you don't try"

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                      • #12
                        sending more jingles and love for Taco from Ontario
                        A Fine Romance. April 1991 - June 2016. Loved forever.

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                        • #13
                          Ack! That's definitely pretty dramatic looking, but I'm sure Bonnie Brae's giving him the best care possible. Sending lots of jingles for Taco!

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                          • #14
                            More jingles for Taco!
                            If you believe everything you read, better not read. -- Japanese Proverb

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                            • #15
                              Placenta and laser

                              I would go the frozen placenta and laser approach, it may seem like a lot of work, but, for that area should work well; check with breeding farms in the area, and see if any might have some frozen placenta stored away , probably not, I had to make my own, after snagging a nice fresh placenta, I am told that burn clinics use something similar so check around and see what you come up with. I have had good success combining the placenta with laser therapy of a particular type,PM me for more info
                              breeder of Mercury!

                              remember to enjoy the moment, and take a moment to enjoy and give God the glory for these wonderful horses in our lives.BECAUSE: LIFE is What Happens While Making Other Plans

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                              • #16
                                Jingles from MI
                                I recognized with despair that I was about to be compelled to buy a horse ~
                                Edith Somerville and "Martin Ross"

                                "Momma" to Tiempo, Tucker and Puff, RIP my beautiful Norman 8/2012

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                                • #17
                                  Jingles from Grass Lake, Annika. If you can get Taco through six weeks at New Bolton you'll get him thru this. He just needs you to be there.

                                  cu later

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                                  • #18
                                    So Sorry

                                    Hang in there, poor Taco is probably really glad to have you there with him now. MME and Linda had told me of the happenings. Big hugs from me and my crew. Please feel free to call if you need anything at all. We'll be thinking of you! I'm sure you have plenty of advice for treatment, but we've always had good luck with DMSO, cortisone, and furacin for treating proud flesh.

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                                    • #19
                                      Poor Taco! Jingles for both of you.
                                      www.retiredhorses.com
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                                      • #20
                                        Ouch! Big jingles from OH!
                                        ~Nancy~

                                        Adams Equine Wellness

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