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My yearling is biting me!!!

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        05-02-2008, 04:41 AM
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    Originally Posted by Vidaloco
    Thanks for that AK Our 2 year olds have been nippy for 2 years and now they seem to be getting over it. I've pinched lips, rubbed mouths wiggled whatever they were mouthing. It seems they have just magicly gotten over it. Must be an age thing
    Fras is 8 and will eat a lead rope if you don't stop her. Nothing like a slimmy grass green rope
    Vida, it is funny, because it seemed that no amount of correction seemed to discourage Dez from playing the nip nip game with me until he hit that magical age.... though I think if I had not corrected him consistently, it would have continued... it just seemed to take until that age for it to click, and him to realize that he was not supposed to play those horsey games with the humans :)
         
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