What they didn't tell me is that his right front was all hairless and scraped
up. I assume that he probably just tripped and cut his nose on his fall
somewhere in the field.. There are a lot of trees and stumps and such.
He cut his nostril in the front, cartilege area.. so he looks like he has 2
nostrils pretty much, well on one side.
Do any of you think the nostril will ever heal itself? I was told that you
can't stitch cartiledge together because it won't mend. Anyone else come by
this at all?
>>He cut his nostril in the front, cartilege area.. so he looks like he has
>>nostrils pretty much, well on one side.
> Damn. I didn't realize that all my horses have been injured. They all have 2
The informational part of the sentence being the "well on one side" -- I
"saw" the missing comma (as in "Well, on one side")
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