Last year on June 16 we were dealing with our first snake bit horse. You may remember the blog, complete with photos, documenting the whole process. As Hope, the horse that was bitten, was hanging her head out of the stall yesterday I snapped this photo and decided to do a follow up. I laugh when I see her because she has an innocent look…and a slightly crooked nose!
The only two signs she still has are 1) an altered growth ring on her hoof 2) a crooked nose.
The ring will be grown out soon but the nose…I’m not sure if it will ever be straight. Either way she is still cute!
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