I bring to you my highly scientific cold therapy device! (Patent pending...)
Peas were even on sale this week, so I got two bags. :)
I may end up buying cold therapy boots of some sort depending on how this all goes. It wasn't easy holding a wash cloth over the back of her leg while also trying to get her bag of peas situated. Then I had to try and keep that in place while I attempted to wrap it all up with a polo wrap. It seemed to stay on ok, but one good fly stomp and I think it would have slid down her leg.
While she was being treated, I trimmed her mane and clipped her bridle path. Now she looks all ready to go to the state fair! Oh well, at least she'll look pretty in her stall...
Regarding the Surpass, her leg looks ok so far. No redness or anything to be seen, so I applied it again today. Last time, the irritation didn't show up until about day 3, but hopefully she'll be ok this time.
AJ is now with his previous pasture buddy, Lenny. They get along pretty well, but I noticed AJ is still going to be at the bottom of the totem pole. Lenny made that clear right off the bat. If AJ was a dog he would have rolled over on his back and piddled on the ground...