Once we got to Shiloh, we found that the electricity was off- So Cal Edison was doing some all day work on power in the valley. That meant our four teeth floats would have to wait for another day as Dr. Schur use electric tools. But, there was still plenty to do.
Dr. Schur had to cut the remaining ear and tissue off, now she is completely missing an ear! We don't know how well she will hear, we will have to see as it heals. Poor Lindsey! But, we are thankful that the dogs did not manage to get her out of her pig house otherwise she would have, most likely, been killed. We now have to close Daisy up at night as she can easily be killed by these horrible dogs. We don't know where the dogs came from, who they belong to or where they are now, so we are being very careful. Pit bulls have been known to attack and kill full grown horses as well as people. If we see those dogs again anywhere near Shiloh, it is not going to be pretty.
Feeling better, Lindsey snuggled under her warm blanket and slept the rest of the day away...
Granite was gelded. Here he is being sedated... It took the maximum amount of drugs to get him to go down!
But, finally, he went down and the procedure could begin. All went well, with no complications.
Boone's hind end lameness was evaluated by Dr. Schur. She confirmed that it is probably arthritis in his hock. He may still be pleasure sound and be able to find a home of his own at some point. He is a sweet guy and we are going to begin working him a bit to see how he does.