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Big boy 4014 Locomotive passed Through my Backyard today!

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The Big boy 4014 Locomotive passed through my backyard today. It was awesome! What a magnificent locomotive. Gorgeous!

How to Care for Horse Wounds

How to care for horse wounds

Horses like all other pets and animals can occasionally graze and hurt themselves. To make sure the wound don't evolve into any bigger infections some steps should be followed to make sure they optimally recover.

Step 1- Examine 
Is the first step you should do when noticing your horse has a wound. Look closely and examine the wound. Look to see what type of wound it is, is it a bite or a scrape? Look at the surrounding skin to make sure it isn't a bigger problem that you need to immediately call the vet for. An inconspicuous puncture wound can be much more detrimental that a regular scrape. Also look to see if there are any other scrapes you need to address as well. You may also want to lightly press around the wound to see if it is deeper than a surface cut or if it has progressed into an abases, a pocket wound which could harbor bacteria.
Step 2- Wash out
After you've examined the wound its time to wash it out. Wash the wound out with cold c…