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should I clean my horses sheath

Species: equine | Category: petcare | Submitted: 3 April 2007 08:13PM | viewed 3901 times
Q Jemima asks:

Is it necessary to clean my horses sheath? It is making a wooping noise when he runs, should I clean it or just leave it? If I do have to clean it how?

Q Our vet says: In general it should not be necessary to clean the sheath. If you are concerned you should ask your vet to examine the area to check that there is no underlying problem causing these noises.
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