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        07-21-2013, 01:17 AM
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    Foal
    Dog and horse..hmmm...?

    Hi!..ok so I have a black mutt who loves to roll in horse manure. So she goes in to do this or to pee and my appy will start to run towards her ears up not back and start kicking legs and chasing her. So is this to play or to get her out of there? From what I read most said if a horse wants to kick a dog they will do it with missing..true?..alos the dog is a farm dog and roames where ever she pleases definitely nn ot a leash dog so that is not an option and she never chases the horse.
         
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        07-21-2013, 01:34 AM
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    Weanling
    Id be really careful, I've known a horse to stomp a dog to death. My paint ever since he was 8 months when I got him seemed to love dogs. Always very curious to check them out, lick them, seemed to like them. Never a problem,,...until he went to the trainers who had 2 jack russels and he chased both of them to stomp them. Just be aware.
         
        07-21-2013, 01:43 AM
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    Foal
    Yeah My horse Rocky, when he turned 8 months he went from a horse who was born beside dogs to a horse that will chase a dog and try to kick them, he was fine at first, one day he was rubbing my sisters dog who was a puppy and the puppy licked him and then the puppy got to playful and scared Rocky and Rocky let out a frightened sound and turned and kicked the puppy. The puppy's ok though! But since then rocky has been acting badly to dogs.
         

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