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Look How Far She's Come
Last month, we transported Willow to a surgeon, to see if the smaller-sized leg could finally get an ultrasound to show us what the damaged tendons look like. But no such luck. The scar tissue in her leg is so massive, we will never get a clear understanding of the true damage that was done from so many years of pulling field tractors while injured. If you'd like to see her full story, you can read it here.
We have started Willow on Equioxx - it's a daily anti-inflammatory to help with any pain she may have. The surgeon believes that these working draft horses grow up learning to work through injuries and hide their pain. While she might not show typical pain faces of injured horses, she may have learned to live with a certain level of discomfort that's higher than most.
One thing we all agree on, if we'd met Willow years ago... if she was one of our first rescue cases... we would have 100 draft horses like her today. You just don't know how much these deserving souls change your life, until you get the chance to care for them.
XOXO Forever grateful to all of you who purchase and enjoy FarmHouse Fresh products, which helps us make all of this possible!