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    10-17-2012, 09:45 PM
Question Horse chews inside of trailer

I just got a brand spankin new bison trailer this summer and it is amazing, the only problem is my horse. He loads great (cough... now... cough) the only problem is that he gets bored when were travelling, and when he get bored he chews the crap out of anything in sight which is usually the window, but now he's escalated to the padding on the divider. He ripped a 30 cm whole in the padding and I don't know what to do with him. I'm considering putting a grazing muzzle on him while he's in the trailer as he doesn't like eating in the trailer, but that just seems extreme... Any suggestions would be awesome.
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    10-17-2012, 09:48 PM
Green Broke
What about a salt lick or a chewy like you said? Put em in and take him for a ride and see how he likes it. If all else fails I would most certainly muzzle him.
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