Rowdy Red Bell
Bell came to us in February of 2010 after getting caught in a guide wire from an electric pole. The cut to her left front leg was very extensive, and massive amounts of muscle had to be removed. Bell has gone through Ozonation treatments, including bagged ozone and Iv ozone, laser treatments, and also homeopathic remedies for nerve restoration. Today Bell is on Neoplasene for continuous healing, and out with other horses enjoying just being a horse. Below are pictures of before, during, and after her initial treatments.
Nobleza came to us in March of 2010 after getting tangled in an All-American Livestock gate. The bottom L-gate hinge was actually lodged in her right hind ankle after the initial accident. Nobleza was given a 10% chance of survival by other vets before she came to The Whole Horse. After extensive ozone treatments, including bagged ozone and IV ozone, along with being treated with Manuka Honey for proud flesh control, Hawthorne for circulation, and laser treatments her wound finally healed. Today Nobleza is sound and participating in flat work, and she is also in foal for 2012.