I asked a question in a previous thread, but it may be lost in the shuffle so thought I'd start a new topic. I just brought home 2 of my goats from the vet who needed their horns re-done. Thankfully, out of 4 horns, I only have one hole into the sinus cavity to deal with, but still, it's nothing I anticipated and am a bit nervous here. (It's on the buck, not the doe.) Sondra recommended I superglue some gauze down and then spray with furall. Questions: How long do I leave the gauze there? Will I need to change it out frequently or only when it's no longer needed? In removing the gauze, is this something that will come off on its own, or will I need to remove it? And do I just rip it off or is there a good technique for doing this? Vet said not to put anything on it, but to just wipe it with a warm damp cloth if it gets dirty. Uuuuuhhhh... it's a dime sized hole into the sinus cavity! I'm SO not ready for this! How long can I expect it to take for some tissue growth to cover this hole? Any of y'all with experience that would like to chime in and encourage me any here would be most appreciated!