tang stabbed by foxface! need help

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    runningrandy04

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    Hey, so I just got a foxface lo tonight. I thought everything was going good until my dumb ass tang decided to be brave and attack the foxface's spines. he currently has a hole in the side of his mouth. Is he gonna be alright or am I gonna be fishing for a corpse tomorrow?
     
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    He'll probably be okay. Hope he learned his lesson.
     
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    He should be okay. As long as he can still eat with the hole in his mouth, he should recover. If it prevents him from eating, chances of recovery are slim.
     
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    I agree also. He should be OK. Hopefully he learned a valuable lesson.
     
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    He'll be alright.
     
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    thanks guys, he was looking much better today. still not himself though
     
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