horses #horsehealth #sheath Sheath cleaning is an integral part of maintaining your horse’s health. If you don’t know what sheath cleaning is, then this video …
Very educational thank you so much
Good quality video
That was incredibly interesting. Thank you for posting this. Very useful & educational to see a professional at work. Great vid 👍
dont you kids rub between his front chest to make him drop his stuff so you can really clean the 'outside'? i heard thaat if you rub him there ,he will drop the weiner?????? myth???
How would a wild horse keep itself healthy in terms of its sheath. Surely, this isn't nevessary. It looks so unnatural what with liquid and sponges and fingers etc
Thank you so much!!! I just brought 2 geldings home for the first time. Not looking forward to this job, but I feel much more relaxed about it now.
What do you think about this? https://youtu.be/_R2InPOItBw
Very informative! Thanks for posting. A lot of clicker trained geldings will drop almost instantly when working. Something to think about for sheath cleaning.
Is an organic vegetable oil okay to use? I try to stay away from as much petroleum products as possible. Like how about coconut oil?
As long as she had rubbed and plundered wouldn’t the area hurt?
She needed to have a mic on
every week or every few days my gelding is bathed and soap and the hose and my hand are used up there to give his sheath a good cleaning…absolutely essential! warm water of course..and my fella enjoys it =)
I would like to suggest folks wear a helmet during this work! Your head is VERY vulnerable here!
There is also a product called Excalibur specifically made for this job. Right tools for the right job!
I looked at this video and thought "ooh, I need to do this soon, I will watch this I wonder if it will answer my questions" and then saw the length of the video and said " oh!" And thought "that's about right"
My geldings nee it
And yuck the gunk
I think that was too much rubbing and not enough water, with soft squirts of water from a hose, it would help to wash him out, the sponge could irritate after rubbing inside for that amount of time.
WOW! Since I'm new to this channel I've been trying to view the older videos and I decided to view the ones I thought most intimidating and uncomfortable to watch first. View the one-eye ugly first before the click pretty. Whew…this was sooooo outta my comfort zone and yet, incredibly informative. I've been "schooled"! Thank you, for this must view mini-clinic. Now I don't feel so squeamish about sheath care. M
This is so helpful. My gelding is having a hard time urinating. Ive not had him long. Ive never done this. It wasnt bad but he nevver dropped for me.
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