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Got him to kinda brace . He doesn’t let me put his feet back far yet and his head up. But we are working on it.
 

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I forgot to take a picture but I did his leg wool today. We are a going to try spraying some white vinegar on his legs before I put him away. If is supposed to stop them from chewing on the wool.
 

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I forgot to take a picture but I did his leg wool today. We are a going to try spraying some white vinegar on his legs before I put him away. If is supposed to stop them from chewing on the wool.
Do you wrap his legs? I know it is a pain, but that prevents them from being able to pick at it.
 

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Do you wrap his legs? I know it is a pain, but that prevents them from being able to pick at it.
Yes I did for a few days. He gets them all muddy and I can’t keep up with washing them. I was also worried he would get like a skin infection when they stay on for long periods of time. If you know he wouldn’t get some sort of infection then I can try I to wash them at night or something.
 
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Yes I did for a few days. He gets them all muddy and I can’t keep up with washing them. I was also worried he would get like a skin infection when they stay on for long periods of time. If you know he wouldn’t get some sort of infection then I can try I to wash them at night or something.
I didn't think about the mud, like I said, leg wraps are really a pain. But from what I know and what I have done, if the legs are absolutely 100% dry when you wrap, and you don't leave wraps on more then 3 days between re-washing the legs, and re-wrapping, they are fine. I have done them the past three years, and they are a pain (just like washing legs in general), but since my first year when something happened that we really don't know if it was something with how I wrapped, shedding, or maybe the wraps, I haven't had any issues with them. I have friends who preach it.
 

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I didn't think about the mud, like I said, leg wraps are really a pain. But from what I know and what I have done, if the legs are absolutely 100% dry when you wrap, and you don't leave wraps on more then 3 days between re-washing the legs, and re-wrapping, they are fine. I have done them the past three years, and they are a pain (just like washing legs in general), but since my first year when something happened that we really don't know if it was something with how I wrapped, shedding, or maybe the wraps, I haven't had any issues with them. I have friends who preach it.
Ok thanks. I’ll do his legs again today and put them on. Hopefully the blow dryer works… it dyed yesterday and idk why
 

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So I washed, rinsed, conditioned, rinsed, spray with pro hair, blowed, then finally leg wraps. He is very mad about them
 

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I'd be mad too! I have a shag cut haircut. I just wash hair, rub with a towel, shake head like a dog and GO!
 

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I'd be mad too! I have a shag cut haircut. I just wash hair, rub with a towel, shake head like a dog and GO!
If only Dutch could do that. I just want him to have wool because some people at my hair have like 2 inch of wool and that it. And it is usually dirty and knotted.
 

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