|Me? Do a stupid thing? NEVER!|
|I am adorable, but often filled with rage|
- Casey had a clean ultrasound on her leg - meaning the suspensory ligament injury is completely healed!
- Vet was not at all concerned about her stocked up fetlock joint.
- She apparently was moving amazingly for the lameness check.
- We are going back to regular work! We have to build up to what we were at (especially since the smoke has done lung damage to all of us), but no longer are really worried about re-injury. I had to e-mail Vet to ask for more details about the exercise plan he wants us on, but I know that for now he says 10 mins walk, 15 mins trot, 5 mins canter, 10 mins walk for a couple of weeks and then we'll bump up the amount of trot & canter and start incorporating pole work again. I don't know the details after that so will update when I hear back from Vet. Vet is really cautious about his exercise plans, but since we have the clean ultrasound we don't have to be so worried about everything & it's just about building back strength (because that leg is just weaker than the other right now).
|Hind leg closest is the stocked-up one|
In addition to all of that stuff, it was also the vet visit for all of Casey's annual care. She got her vaccinations and her teeth floated, which apparently she needed because she was getting a sore from a sharp point on a molar.
|So happy to roll|
I'm so excited & relieved to get this news. I can't wait until we are back into jumping (although my guess is it'll be a full month before we even get to crossrails on the Vet's plan). Yay yay yay!!!
|Casey is so excited about the ultrasound results as well!|