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post #1 of 6 Old 09-14-2012, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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You know you have a good horse when...

You're taking your 3 yr old son for a little ride, and he doesn't even flinch when 2 large german shepards charge at him teeth and all and only stop two feet away barking. Good thing there was invisible fence, I wouldn't be surprised if one of the dogs had a size 16hh QH hoof upside his head, LOL!

I LOVE MY ODIE!!!!! He never ceases to amaze me.
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He is worth his weight in Gold for sure. Hansome boys you have there. Sassy dogs. Were the owner at least out to get their dogs back? I have to admit, I hate invisible fencing because I never know if the dog will actually stop.
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You're taking your 3 yr old son for a little ride, and he doesn't even flinch when 2 large german shepards charge at him teeth and all and only stop two feet away barking. Good thing there was invisible fence, I wouldn't be surprised if one of the dogs had a size 16hh QH hoof upside his head, LOL!

I LOVE MY ODIE!!!!! He never ceases to amaze me.
Not only does he seem to have a great personality but he is gorgeous :)
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They were the neighbor dogs, so I knew there was electric fencing. (I was secretly hoping the really mean one would rush thru the fence, I wouldn't have had a problem letting Odie teach it a lesson, ssshhh)

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They were the neighbor dogs, so I knew there was electric fencing. (I was secretly hoping the really mean one would rush thru the fence, I wouldn't have had a problem letting Odie teach it a lesson, ssshhh)
I know what you mean. I once had a mare that literally picked up and threw one of my Rottweilers. She flew over the fence but learned quickly, she best leave the babies alone. Mama didn't tolerate any dogs near the baby.

A lesson like that for your neighbor's German Shepherd might be just what the horse rider ordered. Lol
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yay to pretty boy Odie standing his ground and being amazing!!!

Congrats on owning such a wonderful boy :)
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