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Graphic wound pictures and progression through each stage

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  • Progression of healing in horse wounds
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    10-22-2011, 08:30 AM
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Graphic wound pictures and progression through each stage

A friend of mine had her mare go through a fence while at a friends place

She works in a vet clinic so has had fabulous input and advice from those vets, but the dedication and care she has shown this mare is truly amazing

Just when you think the wound you are staring at is horrible and will be impossible to heal up, take a look at what she is going through with this mare and most other wounds will pale in comparison ...

Continued jingles and well wishes for Sierra and her continued amazing recovery! :)
     

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