Limp on Mini Donkey

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Postby Lammie » Mon Jun 05, 2006 12:14 pm

I was also able to clip her for the first time. She's old girl, but she cleans up good.
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Re: Limp on Mini Donkey

Postby riceowl46 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:09 pm

Please help. I have a miniature donkey who is favoring front leg. After looking at it his knee is very swollen. What do you think the cause could be? He won't let me mess with it at all.
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Re: Limp on Mini Donkey

Postby Bigfoot » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:22 pm

riceowl46 wrote:Please help. I have a miniature donkey who is favoring front leg. After looking at it his knee is very swollen. What do you think the cause could be? He won't let me mess with it at all.


Could be a host of things, wrong in that area. You can put enough shrink wrap on that area, to ice it. Buffered aspirin are fine to give a donkey. If I wasn't inclined to call a vet, Id do both of those things. Slide a small PVC pipe in the corner of it's mouth, and drop the aspirin on the back of his throat.
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Re: Limp on Mini Donkey

Postby wbvs58 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:31 pm

If he won't let you mess with it at all it is hard for other people to do much for him either.

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Re: Limp on Mini Donkey

Postby riceowl46 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:47 pm

I have a mini donkey named Rooster. When I went out this evening to feed he can't put any weight on his front leg and his knee is very swollen. What do you think the cause could be? He won't let me mess with the leg at all
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