Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Western Pennsylvania
Personally, the only reason I can say that he may (or may not, but it is a possibility) is because my old lease had gotten a nice slice on her leg and was on antibiotics for a month twice a day, intravenous. After the second day, it took 4 days to catch her because she knew you had the needle back in the barn, and she was having none of it. That horse looked at humans as the cause of her pain when she was in the barn twice a day, even though she got a good brush everytime she was in there.
After a couple more times of having to trick her into the barn and shutting the gate, she became dangerous. Not only did she not want to come like she did before, she was kicking, biting, striking, etc at anyone that came close to her. She ended up giving her a week without catching her and switching to an oral paste antibiotic...Ended up with the same result. Her wormer has to go over feed now, and you can forget giving her a shot without a twitch and stocks.
That's my point as to the fact that he COULD associate OP with pain.
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