Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: northern arkansas
They have to roll it around and get the treats in just the right position to get them to fall out, so it should take some time(look at the ones made for dogs and cats and that should help you get a better idea of how they work). I wouldnt use one in a stall, but if it was placed in the pasture when she is turned out it might keep her occupied longer. For her stall you might want to think of a stall roller, lickit, jolly ball, or companion such as a small goat( ask around, I am sure someone will be happy to loan one, lol) or even an older mini horse to keep her constant company, then when you get home you can wean them back off of each other and send it home...
Honestly if she is going to be ridden, turned out, and worked with all the time, even if it is much less than she gets from you, she probably wont get too bored. She will probably miss you though:). Have fun on your vacation.
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