Horse breeding 101 - Trying to educate people on stupid horse myths that are passed on by people that don't know any better. A gelding horse is a horse that has had his berries removed from his twig and berries (male horse personal parts). Just like humans are get fixed, they still have sex they just do not make babies, if it is done right. Yet for some reason in the horsey myth land, lots of people think Geldings do not breed or mount and if they see this they think it is bad. This is BS. Geldings are still boys and mares are still girls. It is NORMAL for a male horse to mount a female horse. OMG Rick that can't be true? YES it is true. However if you go to Horseforum.com the idiots there will tell you more foolishness to pass on ignorance. I could not get the camera out fast enough but the gelding was TCB (taking care of business) before I could get it on film. Don't be fooled and buy into the barn ignorance that geldings should not mount or that it is bad for the mare or that the horses should be separated if they mount or that the gelding is being bad if he mounts, use common sense. Barn Witches hate common sense since it proves them wrong about 99 percent of the time. I took this a while ago and did not post it so I found it and now posted.
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Laying a stallion down for surgery at the 2014 Low Cost Gelding Clinic: Dr. Eric Davis of the Rural Veterinary Experience Teaching Service (R-VETS) helps an anesthetized stallion lay down for his surgery. Once the stallion is safely down, the anesthetist and student assistants swoop in to prep the stallion for his procedure. This horse was a cryptorchid stallion (undescended testicle), but he's now a gelding!
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http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/index.html Most horse people won't believe that people would buy a stallion and think it was a gelding. It happens and probably too frequently. This is dangerous and reckless behavior, but is nothing new to the horse business. When money is involved horses suffer. Most people won't buy a Stud or Stallion and since they have bad reputations (Undeserved bad reputations) but the belief is there and since it cost money to geld a horse, that cuts into profit so people come up with cruel ways to save money. I talk about how to tell if you buying a gelding and what a crypt orchid is and how a horse my look like a gelding but may still have a testicle that never dropped. I say it a lot, the first rule of the horse world is "Never believe what anyone tells you". Here is a link to my video on Do Gelding still Breed? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEUCFdCacTE
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Castration Potbellied Pig Renzo,,, He was fully anesthetized! http://www.facebook.com/RezaAndRenzo Castration Potbellied Pig Renzo,,, He was fully anesthetized!
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This is a video of the castration of my APHA colt, Foolish Money. It was performed on him as a yearling. I made the choice to get him done then as he is housed with my old gelding and I wanted him to never develop "stud behaviour" so as to injure or cause my old man stress. He is also worked with often and has been since a weanling and I didn't want him getting any funny ideas around me either. Though it took him a long time to fully wake up from anesthetic and he developed a lot of swelling in the days after this, the procedure itself was quick and painless!
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A "gelding" is a castrated horse or other equine such as a donkey or a mule. Castration, and the elimination of hormonally driven behavior associated with a stallion, allows a male horse to be calmer and better-behaved, making the animal quieter, gentler and potentially more suitable as an everyday working animal. As a verb, "gelding" or "to geld" refers to the castration procedure itself. The word comes from the Old Norse "geldr" . The Scythians are thought to have been the first people to geld their horses. They valued geldings as war horses because they were quiet, lacked mating urges, were less prone to call out to other horses, were easier to keep in groups, and were less likely to fight with one another. A male horse is often gelded to make him better-behaved and easier to control. Gelding can also remove lower-quality animals from the gene pool. Ideally, horse breeders choose to leave only their best animals as stallions; lesser specimens are gelded, to improve the overall quality of the breed. To allow only the finest animals to breed on, while preserving adequate genetic diversity, only a small percentage of all male horses should remain stallions. Mainstream sources place the percentage of stallions that should be kept as breeding stock at about 10%, while an extreme view states that only 0.5% of all males should be bred. In wild herds, the 10% ratio is largely maintained, though via a different mechanism, as a single stallion usually protects and breeds a herd which is seldom larger than 10 or 12 mares, though may permit a less dominant junior stallion to live at the fringes of the herd. There are more males than just herd stallions, but unattached male horses group together for protection in small all-male "bachelor herds," where, in the absence of mares, they tend to behave much like geldings. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gelding, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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I start out about discussing Proud Cut horses, then go over a question I got about training horses. I break down the question with sarcasm and other questions to make people see and think how foolish it is to be asking others to fix your horse problems. By voicing my thoughts when I read questions I hope to teach people how to critically evaluate what people are really saying and how backwards the horse world his for promoting fast answers and easy fixes or gimmicks. Horses get a raw deal with people believe they can get help from others on how to "FIX" their horse. It is not a horse problems, the horse does not need help, the person does. People that have invested time and effort into reading my web site and watching my videos have learned how to see the Bigger Picture. They know and understand horses better so they can see how foolish these horse help questions are. However the people in la la land that want to think everything is the horse or the bit or the saddle or the wind or the big tractor or the other horses and all the other nonsense, then they cannot past their own filters. Breaking out and realizing that a horse is reflection of you and any so called problem your horse has is your doing, you taught it, you caused it or you failed to correct it, IT IS NEVER THE HORSE'S FAULT. My message may seem harsh or mean but to mean those that don't get it and those that want it sugar coated only make horses suffer for their ego or ignorance, and for that I have zero tolerance. Hope the message is getting past the human ego, pride and know-it-all type people. Here are links to my site about Proud Cut and Cryptorchid: http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/index-14.html#15 http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/index-2.html#110 http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/index-14.html#5 I also talk about putting salt blocks and water in shade so they do not heat up and horses don't have try and like a 100 degree piece of salt.
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In this excerpt from the November 2017 episode of Ask the Vet, Dr. Gray and SmartPaker Sarah talk about things to consider if you are going to geld a colt, including...how tall you want your horse to be. To see more from our Ask the Vet video series, you can check them out on the SmartPak blog (http://pak.horse/2bt0jyw), SmartPak's Horse Health Library (http://pak.horse/HHLvideos), or on our Ask the Vet playlist (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY). Want to know when the next Ask the Vet videos get posted? SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Want your question answered so you can win a SmartPak gift card? Ask your horse health question in the comments, on any of our social media channels, on our blog, or on our new form at www.SmartPak.com/AsktheVetQuestions and be sure to use #AsktheVetVideo. Happy learning and #haveagreatride.
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A male horse or pony under 4 years of age that has not been gelded (castrated). Wean wisely to reduce stress on mare & foal farnam. What are colts, stallions, geldings, mares and fillies? The mare your guide to everything colt horses the spruce. Synonyms for foal at thesaurus with free online thesaurus, antonyms, see definition of noun young horse 10 words that will show your age you know it's time to separate mama and baby, but do the safest, least this means all fencing enclosures must be sturdy appropriate. Where they can sometimes be palpated externally with the horse standing, and this means that once animal reaches puberty (usually between 12 23 jan 2007 here's what your horse's kicking you do to a 3 year old filly who kicked whenever asked her anything she among us we had strong opinions about how young horses could breed, if colt appears breeding, does mean he is mature enough 2 mar 2017 damsire mean? Damsire term used describe sire of dam. What do the brands mean? Horses can begin their racing career as early 2 years old, and many retire by prior to a colt foal being born his testicles are 'stored' within abdominal cavity. Colt (horse) wikipedia colt wikipedia en. The newborn male is a colt problems or infections? What does mean when foal scouring? Colt horse up to 3 years of age. Colt (horse) wikipedia. Normally a horse under four years of age, but can also be used three age. Wikipedia wiki colt_(horse) url? Q webcache. Rigs can display stallion tendencies, especially around mares 7 sep 2015. Cryptorchidism in the horse equine reproduction. The term 'colt' only describes young male horses and is not to be confused with foal, which a horse of either sex less than one year age. What does it mean when a horse is in foal? Beginner's guide to horses racing nsw. I put each foal in its own stall, but there are other horses the barn to keep. Stallion sexual behavior when is he mature? Research at penn vet. Differences between foal and colt youtubewhat does gelding, filly, stallion, colt, yearling, ect mean colt? Irongate equine horse terminology flashcards. When does a foal yearling become colt filly? . Googleusercontent search. When he's three years old 3 may 2017 definition of colt a cold is an uncastrated male horse, pony, donkey or reproduce, which can contribute to the problem unwanted horses filly young female horse. What's the difference between a horse, colt, pony, mare, stallion and horse gender definitions equine world uk. Similarly, a yearling is horse of either sex between the ages one and two. A young female horse is called a filly, and mare once she an adult animal 13 apr 2011 male born as colt. You can use the word foal for a horse that's younger than one year old after turning one, becomes yearling. Why horses kick the horse owner's resource equus magazine. Things you always wanted to know about horse & houndthesaurus. A horse is called a foal the second it born no matter what gender ison it's first birthday definition, young
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The horrid consequences of not neutering a baby pig! Please spay and neuter your potbellied pigs...and yes, they are all "micro, teacup, or mini" pigs. Don't be fooled. They grow anywhere from 50-200 lbs. Any one who claims otherwise is lying and doing these marvelous pigs a disservice. Humphrey became "Humpfree" the next day.
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A "Stallion" is a male horse that has not been gelded . Stallions follow the conformation and phenotype of their breed, but within that standard, the presence of hormones such as testosterone may give stallions a thicker, "cresty" neck, as well as a somewhat more muscular physique as compared to female horses, known as mares, and castrated males, called geldings. Temperament varies widely based on genetics, and training, but because of their instincts as herd animals, they may be prone to aggressive behavior, particularly toward other stallions, and thus require careful management by knowledgeable handlers. However, with proper training and management, stallions are effective equine athletes at the highest levels of many disciplines, including horse racing, horse shows, and international Olympic competition. The term "stallion" dates from the era of Henry VII, who passed a number of laws relating to the breeding and export of horses in an attempt to improve the British stock, under which it was forbidden to allow uncastrated male horses to be turned out in fields or on the commons; they had to be "kept within bounds and tied in stalls." "Stallion" is also used to refer to males of other equids, including zebras and donkeys. Contrary to popular myths, many stallions do not live with a harem of mares. Nor, in natural settings, do they fight each other to the death in competition for mares. Being social animals, stallions who are not able to find or win a harem of mares usually band together in stallions-only "bachelor" groups which are composed of stallions of all ages. Even with a band of mares, the stallion is not the leader of a herd, but defends and protects the herd from predators and other stallions. The leadership role in a herd is held by a mare, known colloquially as the "lead mare" or "boss mare." The mare determines the movement of the herd as it travels to obtain food, water, and shelter. She also determines the route the herd takes when fleeing from danger. When the herd is in motion, the dominant stallion herds the straggling members closer to the group and acts as a "rear guard" between the herd and a potential source of danger. When the herd is at rest, all members share the responsibility of keeping watch for danger. The stallion is usually on the edge of the group, to defend the herd if needed. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stallion, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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Neutering or castration is the removal of both testicles. Occasionally, one or both testicles may be “retained” or “undescended” in a cryptorchid dog. Neutering a puppy or kitten, which requires taking certain precautions while under anesthesia, is considered safer than neutering an adult, because puppies and kittens tend to bounce back quicker. It is recommend to neuter puppies and kittens before 6 months of age! ✔ V E T E R I N A R Y V L O G S https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRSnfSqo-l4we6gZK0mqN_tzM92k2FHym ✔ L E T ’ S T A L K A B O U T : V E T E R I N A R Y M E D I C I N E https://youtu.be/iTnZyE1vOkI ✔ S N A P C H A T vlbirch0429 ✔ I N S T A G R A M https://www.instagram.com/victoriabirch1/ https://www.instagram.com/life_as_alexandra/ ✔ T W I T T E R https://twitter.com/victoriabirch1 ✔ F A C E B O O K https://www.facebook.com/victoriabirch0429 ✔ Y O U T U B E https://www.youtube.com/victoriabirch1 ✔ E M A I L [email protected] ✔ W R I T E T O M E H E R E Victoria Birch P.O. Box 386 Ruston, LA 71273 ✔ M O R E I N F O Why Should I Neuter My Kitten? http://pethealthnetwork.com/cat-health/cat-surgery-a-z/why-should-i-neuter-my-kitten Why Should I Neuter My New Puppy? http://pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-surgery-a-z/why-should-i-neuter-my-new-puppy Prostate Cancer and Prostate Disease in Dogs http://pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/prostate-cancer-and-prostate-disease-dogs Cryptorchidism in Dogs http://pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/retained-testicles-puppies ✔ W H A T I ‘M W E A R I N G Foundation: Bourjois Fond de Teint Healthy Mix Extension Serum https://go.magik.ly/ml/fk2a/ Concealer: Tarte Shape Tape - Light http://go.magik.ly/ml/avmj/ Eyeshadow: E.L.F. COSMETICS Mad for Matte Eyeshadow Palette Summer Breeze https://go.magik.ly/ml/fk27/ Mascara: L'ORÉAL Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara https://go.magik.ly/ml/btk8/ Lips: Mac Lip Liner - Whirl https://go.magik.ly/ml/cksu/ Blush: BURT'S BEES Online Only Blush with Vitamin E - Shy Pink https://go.magik.ly/ml/daxj/ Bronzer: PHYSICIANS FORMULA Butter Bronzer Murumuru - Bronzer https://go.magik.ly/ml/anx7/ Highlight: PHYSICIANS FORMULA Butter Highlighter - Pearl https://go.magik.ly/ml/ei21/ Brows: BENEFIT COSMETICS Precisely, My Brow Pencil https://go.magik.ly/ml/c8sq/ Necklace: None Earrings: None ✔ M U S I C All Sound Effects Provided by: Epidemic Sound http://www.epidemicsound.com/ ✔ D I S C L A I M E R S 1. A licensed veterinary nurse/technician can only practice underneath a licensed veterinarian 2. A veterinary nurse and a veterinary technician are the same degree 3. Veterinary nurses/technicians aren't allowed to diagnose, prescribe or perform surgery 4. All rules and regulations regarding veterinary nurses/technicians are different for every state This video is not sponsored. All opinions are my own, honest opinions, regardless of sponsorship, referral links, and/or affiliation. Product links with Go.Magik.ly and links denoted with a ❋ denotes a referral and/or affiliate link.
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This calf was born sans scrotum and testes. This calf is technically a male but I was ripped on social media (Facebook) for calling this calf a bull when it is really a transgender calf and the calf needs to decide for itself what it wants to be. Since I'm not allowed to select the gender for the calf I was allowed to give the calf a name. Since I don't know what it is I named it Bruce Jenner. This is what happens when you deal with people who are generations removed from any type of agriculture...SMH
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You asked, we answered! In this episode of our monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer your questions about clicker training, SI injections, feed thru joint supplements vs joint injections, locked stifles, when to geld a horse, and way more! Additional reading/watching material mentioned in the video: Ask the Vet monthly video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-ZnjHhkdZ0jyhk8W_2dCawStF Ask the Vet individual topics playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY Ask the Vet blogs: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/category/ask-the-vet/ Horse Health Library Videos: http://pak.horse/2qDfCLe Clicker Training blog: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/2017/05/how-to-pull-a-mane-with-no-muss-and-no-fuss/ Ask the Vet form: http://pak.horse/2gkBThy "The effect of MSM on biomarkers of oxidative stress in sport horses following jumping exercise": https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2586020/ Joint reasearch from Larry Bramlage and others: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/6920476_Oral_hyaluronan_gel_reduces_post_operative_tarsocrural_effusion_in_the_yearling_Thoroughbred Have some of your own questions? Ask away using #AsktheVetVideo! If your question gets selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak gift card! How awesome is that!? If your question was answered in this video, reach out to us at [email protected] and let us know! We'll get your gift card out to you as soon as we can! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. What is the best age to geld a stallion? Is it better to do it before starting them under saddle? 2. I have a young horse that had a locked stifle. It happened twice so far, once when she was 2 years old and the second time was about a year after that. Why does it happen? Is there a treatment for it? And is it a long term problem? 3. Is there any benefit to joint supplements given in feed? I have been told they are helpful but also that horses do not metabolize them when given this way and injections are better. Is this true? 4. My horse recently got her SI injected, and I was just wondering if there was anything I could do to help her be more comfortable, especially after hard work/jumping? Could I poultice/liniment the area or is there something else I could do? Thanks! 5. Clicker training for horses has been growing in popularity. What are the pros and cons of it? Is it a more humane way to train horses?
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The carbon dioxide laser is mandatory for all neuters at the Long Beach Animal Hospital. The laser substantially decreases bleeding during the surgery, and also decreases post operative swelling and pain. Pets are pain free after surgery, and heal faster when their surgery is performed by the laser. In this video the skin incision has already been made by the laser, and we are not lasing through a membrane over the testicle called the tunic.
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How to treat Kittens Undescended testicles cryptorchidism -one attempt to operate already but we waited until testes were larger before operation but such a cutie and lovable little chap and so much fun and personality! Had the operation 10 days ago so stitches out tomorrow and we have another try in 6 months to a years time . Holly the Tibetan terrier rescue dog has to cope with a lot at the moment! Siamese red point kitten sergeant Wilson is really cute and affectionate and Holly seems to have adopted him- nice for holly as she had a sad start to life -we are blessed to have found our new companion. Esthersuz is from a writers family and has always loved to write! BLUE IN THE TOOTH - with a colour therapy twist -a colourful fun book about a rotten tooth called Blue and how he copes! Educational and colour therapy colours. AUNTIE BERTIE AND THE FLYING CIRCUS MOUSE! -with a colour therapy twist! AMAZON-BUY CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR BLUE IN THE TOOTH-with a colour therapy twist by Esther Loftus Gough https://www.amazon.com/author/estherloftusgough SUBSCRIBE ENJOY ! INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/esthersuz/ TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/Esthersuz
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Ever wonder exactly what happens when your dog undergoes a medical procedure at Animal Hospital of Rowlett Veterinary Clinic or Animal Hospital of Heath? Watch this video to see the love and attention your furry baby will receive during a typical dog neuter.
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WARNING: This video has been produced as a training aid so contains close up detailed images of surgery. Some viewers may find this version too graphic and prefer to see a lay version produced for the general public. Please see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxIcwNsQUJ0 Cats Protection, the UK's leading feline welfare charity, champions neutering as the only effective way to reduce the number of unwanted cats in the UK. We recommend that pet cats are neutered at 4 months of age or younger, before they begin puberty, to prevent unplanned pregnancies. Cats in Cats Protection care may be neutered after first vaccination, if deemed suitable by a vet. Nine week old male and female kittens are neutered in this real time video and some details of the procedure are discussed.
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Dr. W. Marvin Mackie of Animal Birth Control clinics in Southern California, demonstrates "QuickSpay", his high-volume surgical pet sterilization techniques developed while operating low-cost spay/neuter clinics since 1976. This film shows the ease of surgery and rapid recovery of prepubescent clients. Dr. Mackie has made personal appearances and taught hands-on training classes on early-age spay/neuter to veterinarians throughout the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil for adaptation to their personal practices. and his film has been used in universities all over the world. (See www.QuickSpay.com)
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This is the feline castration with open method. Several times I have done castrations. The cat was named Meisy, aged approximately 1.5 years. Cats are neutered because the cat's behavior urinate everywhere. Also not desirable to breed. The castration's result is very good. (by: Moech Saifoel, DVM - civil servants in Bondowoso and alumni of the Gadjah Mada University - [email protected]).
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Subfertility of breeding stallions — meaning the horses are less able to sire foals — is a well-recognized problem that has caused multi-million-dollar losses in the equine industry, experts say. Texas A&M researchers believe they are making progress in solving the problem by using an approach that might provide tools and resources necessary to study subfertility without causing stallions the angst of providing testicular samples for testing. They have developed protocols to isolate RNA—which carries the information of genes in DNA — from stallion sperm and testis biopsies so that genetic factors associated with this condition can be identified. Read More: http://tamunews.tamu.edu/2010/08/26/texas-am-research-produces-tools-to-study-stallions-subfertility/
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Yes, she does look pregnant but that's impossible right?? Yes, I do have a male horse in the pasture with her, but he is a gelding. To be more exact he is proud cut! What does proud cut mean? Proud cut means implies that a part of the epididymis (sperm storage site located adjacent to the testes) was left in the horse at the time of castration. Can a proud cut gelding reproduce? No, a proud cut gelding can not reproduce, but a cryptorchid can. What is a Cryptochid? A Cryptochid is a testicle that hasn't moved into the bag of skin below the penis before birth. This resulting in a stallion. You may not know your horse is like this, but there are hormone test that can see if your horse is a gelding or perhaps a stallion. Disclaimer; Clover has not been exposed to a stallion or donkey. Next Video; Nail Pregnancy test... Btw no we do not think clover is pregnant Email; [email protected] Personal Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CCRanchandCCBarrelreins Instagram Equine_Outlaw_Horsemanship Facebook Pages https://www.facebook.com/equineoutlawhorsemanship/ https://www.facebook.com/doublecbarrelreins/ https://www.facebook.com/CCHorseRidingLessons/ Twitter Check out Clowie Jennette (@equineoutlaw): https://twitter.com/equineoutlaw?s=09 Snapchat cowgirloutlaw00
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The Kelpie is an Australian sheep dog successful at mustering and droving with little or no guidance. It is a medium-sized dog and comes in a variety of colours. The Kelpie has been exported throughout the world, and is used to muster livestock, primarily sheep, cattle and goats. The Kelpie is a smooth-coated, medium-sized dog, generally with prick ears and an athletic appearance. Coat colours include black, black and tan, red, red and tan, blue, blue and tan, fawn, fawn and tan, and cream (yellow). Show Kelpies generally excel in agility trials. Kelpies are a hardy breed with a few health problems, but they are susceptible to disorders common to all breeds, like cryptorchidism, hip-dysplasia, cerebellar abiotrophy and luxating patella. Their average lifespan is 15 years. Kelpie requires extensive excercise daily to keep itself active. Furly covers all important aspects related to pet care. It provides crucial vet advice for different health issues related to pets, gives tutorials on how to train your pets from basic-to-advanced levels, and also provides comprehensive information about specific dog breeds and their habitats. Furly also hosts special TV Shows to help enrich the bond you share with your pet. -- Stay up to date with all things Bondi Vet at: https://bondivet.com/ Facebook - http://tinyurl.com/FacebookBondivet Instagram - http://tinyurl.com/InstagramBV Twitter - http://tinyurl.com/TwitterBV View more on our channel... Bondi Vet Season 1 - https://tinyurl.com/BVSeasonOne Bondi Vet Extras - https://tinyurl.com/BVExtras Animal Stories - https://tinyurl.com/BVAnimalStories
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Jack, "spanish eyed eddie" had a truly exceptional first ride -- and we hope you enjoy it! (Please see the "preride refresher" video posted here prior to this clip to see the work done this morning, prior to this first ride.) Jack is available for adoption, and details are on his page at cwer.org. He is 6 years old, registered, exceptional classic foundation bloodlines. Jack is sweet, loving, a well mannered young man and became a joy to be around, once his cryptorchid gelding surgery was complete and his hormone levels returned to normal.
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This is a video of Mason, a rescued potbellied pig, prior to him being neutered. If you look closely on the underside of his belly on the left side you can see a hernia that gets bigger as he oinks. You can see he does not have any noticeable testicles as most potbellied pigs do not. On the left side there is nothing at all, as he was Cryptorchid (one testicle had not dropped into the scrotum) requiring a more invasive surgery for his neuter.
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Full story: http://wp.me/p20vvL-3H8V Spaying and neutering a pot-belly pig isn’t just about population control – it’s about the overall health of the pig. Penelope’s Purpose founder Brittany Whissel said pot-bellied pigs may get health issues if they aren’t fixed – like ovarian tumors. By Stephanie Wilson
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Sheru the Alaskan Malamute got Neutered | Is Surgery Castration is Good for your Pet? Our Alaskan Malamute "Sheru" is 3 years old weighed 98 lbs. and he went for Surgery Castration (Neuter) on 6/17/2015 @9:00AM we dropped him at Veterinary clinic and we picked him up @4:30PM, he was really sad. He is doing good, his stitches will be removed on 7/1/2015. I know many peoples likes to know how the recovery went and etc.. so anyone have any questions please don't hesitate to write or share, Thank You. Please do the following, you as a owner you know the best what your pet likes to eat or drink: When you bring your pet home he doesn't wants to eat or drink because he is scared, if you give him a piece of ice or even couple drops of water he won't because he thinks that his throat going to hurt (during surgery they put breathing tube in his throat) We brought Sheru home @4:45PM and next 2 hours he didn't drink or eat. Then we gave him his favorite drink and food.......it worked LIKE MAGIC. Drink: Milk Food: Chicken McNuggets from McDonald About 9:30PM more nuggets with Basmati plane Rice (mixed together) he ate then gave him pain killer (medicine) he went to sleep and I stayed all night with him at 2:30AM he woke up took him in backyard he did pee and then eat couple of more nuggets then went to sleep again. At 5:10AM woke up and took him in backyard for poop he did it, gave him duck treat he eat went to sleep again. NEXT day made his favorite Chicken and Rice. He is doing really well. These two sterilization procedures are done under general anesthesia, with your pet fully asleep and intubated (with a breathing tube in his or her throat). Before receiving general anesthesia, your pet is given a shot of medication to make him sleepy and to help with pain. Your pet's oxygen level and heart rate are monitored with a machine while he is under anesthesia. Dogs are kept on a heating blanket during surgery. Male dogs (neuter) have an incision made in the skin at the base of the penis nearest to the scrotum (the skin that holds the testicles). Both testicles are removed through this incision. The incision is closed with stitches under the skin that will dissolve and be absorbed by the body over time. The skin is closed with skin glue, skin staples, or stitches. Thanks everyone for supporting "Sheru" he is a great dog. His Surgery breakdown: (if anyone needs to know) a) Examination Re-check $40.00 b) Injection Analgesic Pain $36.00 c) Prescription Oral Rimadyl $28.00 d) Surgery Castration Neuter $230.00 AND LOTS OF LOVE WHICH IS $$$$$$$ NO LIMIT Birthday/Birthplace: Bruno - November 17, 2010 - California, USA Sheru - May 22, 2012 - Calgary, Canada Bruno - Purebred German Shepherd Sheru - Alaskan Malamute Thanks for watching, Enjoy, and please don't forget to: LIKE, COMMENT, FAVORITE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE. Please SUBSCRIBE, If you haven't done so yet, take a look around. If you like what you see be sure to Subscribe to be notified when new content is posted. Thanks again for visiting! Easy Steps - http://easysteps.jimdo.com/ *Disclaimer: All information is for educational purposes only and is the personal view of the author.
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http://abbeyvetgroupbarnsley.co.uk/freeguide Established in 1976, The Abbey Veterinary Group is a family-run practice, with seven branches around South Yorkshire. In the Barnsley area, we have our Main Centre on Dodworth Road and four other branches: Wombwell, Cudworth, Hoyland and Royston. We have two branches in North Sheffield: High Green and Deepcar. With 12 vets, seven fully trained veterinary nurses, six auxiliary nurses and 19 receptionists, plus a superbly equipped Main Centre, we can provide the high standard of care you demand for your pet. Main Centre is registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as a Tier 2 Practice, a testimonial to the exemplary standards achieved by our staff, premise and equipment, and not just a piece of paper! The whole practice is put through an extremely rigorous and drawn out testing and assessment procedure before this honour is awarded. When you register with us, you can be confident that your pet is in very good hands. As pet owners ourselves, we understand the special bonds people form with their pets and how heartbreaking a pet's illness is. That's why, in addition to our first-rate facilities and highly-trained staff, we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including for house calls. Many of our staff have been with us for more than 15 years, so you can rest assured that your pet will always be greeted by a familiar, friendly face whenever you visit. We have a specific insurance adviser who will help you to complete your claim forms. Abbey Vets also offers direct claims, so you only have to pay the excess. Furthermore, all our branches use the most cutting-edge technology to make booking an appointment easy and so you can always choose the veterinary surgeon you wish to see. Please visit our website to see a comprehensive overview and video of our practice and feel free to ring and ask any questions about our wide range of skills and equipment. We look forward to meeting you and your pet! http://abbeyvetgroupbarnsley.co.uk/freeguide
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Visit/Tribute to Island Alpaca http://islandalpaca.com https://russburwen.com/local-events-examples Video by Bo Wayne http://www.bowaynefilms.com Music by Andrea Speaks http://andreaspeaks.com "Once in a Blue Moon" (live) (c)2014 Andrea Michelle From the CD Album "Devil's Throat" http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/andreaspeaks Andrea Michelle - Guitar/Vocal Bo Wayne - Bass, Production Recorded Live Andrea Speaks supports various animal charities and foundations Please spay/neuter your cats & dogs
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The Kelpie is an Australian sheep dog successful at mustering and droving with little or no command guidance. They are medium-sized dogs and come in a variety of colours. Kelpies have been exported throughout the world and are used to muster livestock, primarily sheep, cattle and goats. The breed has been separated into two distinct varieties: the show or bench Kelpie and the working Kelpie. The show Kelpie is seen at conformation dog shows in some countries and is selected for appearance rather than working instinct. Working Kelpies are bred for working ability rather than appearance. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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