Well, in the wild. . .am I being redundant? Seriously though- millions of years of evolution and foreskins on all animals can't be an unfortunate fluke/God couldn't have been that seriously wrong. Maybe I have too much faith in the system. . . nah.
I *guess* I could see the argument behind the cleaning of a gelding's forskin, since it isn't getting much fun horse sex to dislodge a whole lot of stuff and in the wild geldings just wouldn't exist. I can't remember how wild horses live. Many mares a few stallions, and a bunch of boys living off on their own? If that's the case the stallions are having enough sex to keep the smegma moving. Geldings still get erections though, right? So that should be enough to dislodge some stuff and keep things moving. Smegma is in and of itself bacteriostatic right?
This whole horse thing brings me back to highscool when I rode horses and I remember looking in a catalogue at one product called "Xcalibur" specifically for cleaning foreskins. I remember thinking it was obserd. Then I saw one really old gelded pony on the farm and it had an erection and it's penis was yucky and pitted looking. I don't know if that's related though. He was really old.
I think it's hysterical/awesome/interesting/sad that it would be cruel to circ your pet and the vet would report you to the ASPCA. I challange everyone here to ask their vet how they would react if asked to circ an animal.
I thought I'd look at cafe press http://www.cafepress.com/buy/intact/..._by_score_desc
there are some funny ones, but I didn't dig deep enough to figure out if the pets one is there.