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post #51 of 53 Old 11-13-2009, 10:35 PM
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They bite when they play, but out of plain disrespect, no way they do. The only time I see my horse bite our other horse (who is alpha) is when he is playing. Horses establish themselves in the herd every single day.
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post #52 of 53 Old 11-14-2009, 12:11 PM
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If you always have treats in a certain pocket or if you have them in your hands then yes. They can get mouthy. I have seen it plenty of times. It is a fact taht horse can start to bite when they are given a huge amount of treats. There is nothing wrong with treats but it is something that can happen.

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Yes it can happen but if you go about it the right way it shouldnt happen. Chance hardly ever really mouths anymore because she respects me more and when I say no she knows not 2 continue.
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