I have a 24 month old miniature stallion who has yet to drop....so I called the recommended local vet (I just moved here) and asked about him checking the stallion to see if he's a crypt, or just slow go-er....(little guys sometimes take a little longer)...So without ever seeing the horse, he called me back and left me a message that said, "your horse is sterile, and it would be unethical of me to try to do anything about it since it is hereditary. I suggest you sell him and buy a stallion with both testicles decended." I was shocked after reading on here that that may not be the case. Many times it takes minis 3 or 4 years to drop....but it'd be good to have him checked. I am QUITE P.O.'D to say the least, and won't be using that vet
I have an excellent veterinarian here- very skilled in equine reproduction with a lot of experience with miniatures. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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