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The arrowhead had since fallen out, leaving an open woundExamination revealed a fresh wound caused by an arrowThis collared bull christened Lempiris had been seen with an arrowhead in the right sideTincture of iodine was applied for disinfection and Cloxacillin antibiotic ointment was infused
The arrowhead had since fallen out, leaving an open wound
photo taken on 1/8/2018


Examination revealed a fresh wound caused by an arrow
photo taken on 1/8/2018


This collared bull christened Lempiris had been seen with an arrowhead in the right side
photo taken on 1/8/2018


Tincture of iodine was applied for disinfection and Cloxacillin antibiotic ointment was infused
photo taken on 1/8/2018


Examination of the bite wounds to the spineAfter placing him in the shade, examination revealed he was involved in a fight with other maleshe mobile veterinary unit for intervention who found the male lying in a small thicketThe posterior half of his body was paralysed with vital physiological functions hampered
Examination of the bite wounds to the spine
photo taken on 1/8/2018


After placing him in the shade, examination revealed he was involved in a fight with other males
photo taken on 1/8/2018


he mobile veterinary unit for intervention who found the male lying in a small thicket
photo taken on 1/8/2018


The posterior half of his body was paralysed with vital physiological functions hampered
photo taken on 1/8/2018


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