Dentistry and history
I’d just like to say how fascinating I’m finding the “Bones Speak Volumes” series and especially “Oral History” (Conformation Insights, EQUUS 484). From the human aspect I know how bad sinusitis can be, but I never envisioned that it could get to the point of breaking through bone to exit onto the face of a horse. It just goes to show how important dental care is. Plus we must be grateful that these case histories haven’t been lost over time.
It’s also refreshing to read about subscribers of your wonderful magazine who have been with you for so long (“Page After Page,” True Tale, EQUUS 482). Unfortunately, I don’t have the space to keep all my back copies beyond a couple of years. But they are well read and referred to often, something which would be more difficult if I only received an online version. Magazines can be passed around and passed on. Angela Sams Rochdale, Lancashire United Kingdom