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Aw you have some gorgeous babies!
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just love the markings on the one with the Elizabethan collar!
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Is that Bellie with the E-collar? She doesn't look very happy.
Good photos!
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Beautiful babies!
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Keep taking those pictures! They are such adorable critters
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They are so cute, nice pics
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just love the markings on the one with the Elizabethan collar!
LOL thanks. Thats Jellie....shes a sweety
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Is that Bellie with the E-collar? She doesn't look very happy.
Good photos!
LOL thanks..thats actually her sister Jellie..Bellie is the one happily passed out.


No jellie is actually depressed about her collar. but she wont leave the pyroderma alone so until its healed..
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Thanks everyone. I will catch them all again no worries!
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scamperfarms-cute horses too...I have three horses as well. 1 arab and 2 paso fino's but I guess that would be for a different board huh.
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
No jellie is actually depressed about her collar. but she wont leave the pyroderma alone so until its healed..
Where is her rash? The reason I ask is because Shelby gets a terrible place on her back every year and I came up with something that she was comfortable with and wouldn't allow her to scratch and make it worse. I took an old athletic sock and cut the toe out so that it was large enough to go over her head like a turtleneck sweater. I then cut it up the middle, and then smaller holes on each side on the bottom of it. I then ran a shoe string through the bottom holes, underneath her belly, and tied it on top. She got really comfortable with it and I actually had to keep it on her for over a month until the place healed up. Maybe you could fashion something like this for Jellie so that she won't have to wear the collar. You could even make it larger than mine and cut arm holes in it if you had to.

Here's a picture of her wearing her "skin protector."



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Originally Posted by bengalbabe
scamperfarms-cute horses too...I have three horses as well. 1 arab and 2 paso fino's but I guess that would be for a different board huh.

hehe maybe but we like all critters right three Arabs there and one more on the way
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Where is her rash? The reason I ask is because Shelby gets a terrible place on her back every year and I came up with something that she was comfortable with and wouldn't allow her to scratch and make it worse. I took an old athletic sock and cut the toe out so that it was large enough to go over her head like a turtleneck sweater. I then cut it up the middle, and then smaller holes on each side on the bottom of it. I then ran a shoe string through the bottom holes, underneath her belly, and tied it on top. She got really comfortable with it and I actually had to keep it on her for over a month until the place healed up. Maybe you could fashion something like this for Jellie so that she won't have to wear the collar. You could even make it larger than mine and cut arm holes in it if you had to.

Here's a picture of her wearing her "skin protector."



Aww very nice skin protector...its on her chin. I have tried several diffrent ways for her. and the collar is the only one that stays on. Its healing and shes getting lots of extra treats
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Aww very nice skin protector...its on her chin. I have tried several diffrent ways for her. and the collar is the only one that stays on. Its healing and shes getting lots of extra treats
Aww the chin would be a tough place to keep her away from. Poor baby....I hope she'll heal soon so she won't have to wear the "lampshade" for long.
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Aww the chin would be a tough place to keep her away from. Poor baby....I hope she'll heal soon so she won't have to wear the "lampshade" for long.

I hope she doesnt either. Its already looking MUCH better but we cant let her at it till we are all healed or it will break open again and its back to square one.
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I hope she doesnt either. Its already looking MUCH better but we cant let her at it till we are all healed or it will break open again and its back to square one.
Yep...I know how that is. Shelby's seemed to be pretty much healed after about two weeks, so I took the thing off of her. Within 20 minutes, she had already gotten it all bloody again and we had to start over. She had to wear it for over a month before it was healed and she left it alone.
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Yep...I know how that is. Shelby's seemed to be pretty much healed after about two weeks, so I took the thing off of her. Within 20 minutes, she had already gotten it all bloody again and we had to start over. She had to wear it for over a month before it was healed and she left it alone.
Yeah we had it off the otherday for a little bit. And we scratched the scabs all off..but mom got to it before it was bloody. So back to being a sad cat.
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