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What we learn from THEM, after they hurt US!

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        06-06-2008, 11:16 AM
      #11
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    Friend of mine once was bit by her horse in shoulder when she was brushing her front legs. She was crying. Not because she was hurt, but because she NEVER expect her horse do it (and she indeed loves her and takes good care of her).

    I agree with DGW, we just have to be smart enough to understand what is coming and prevent that. I've kinda seen I'll can be kicked but still was insistent (I believe in presence of other person, otherwise I'd just let her go). However there are smarter and sillier horses (same with dogs, cats, etc.) :)
         
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        06-06-2008, 09:15 PM
      #12
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    That regardless of how well they are trained or "broke" they can cause severe injury on a moments notice.

    I have a lot of respect for my animals. Their respect and kindness towards me. Them allowing me to be in their surroundings without killing me is their gift to me.
         

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