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  1. Wide noseband, brown, flash bridle?

    My dad's new horse has a very pretty, refined, but long head. He looks much better in my chunky, wide dressage bridle than the typical thinner bridles you find in brown . Right now he's going in my...
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    I'm just impressed he can carry that shovel...

    I'm just impressed he can carry that shovel without tipping over. It's bigger than he is!
  3. This is true for the dogs that like to 'play',...

    This is true for the dogs that like to 'play', but my dog is a hunter. He grabs by the neck/spine and shakes his prey to death before they know what hit them. We do discourage him if we see him...
  4. My little Brat Cat loves cuddling, whether I want...

    My little Brat Cat loves cuddling, whether I want it or not. No matter how many times I shove her away or try to block her, she manages to squirm into my lap, sprawls across me and refuses to budge....
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    Biting a person who is grabbing and slamming a...

    Biting a person who is grabbing and slamming a dog is hardly an 'aggressive move'.
  6. Third vote for dogs! My hound/border collie mix...

    Third vote for dogs! My hound/border collie mix keeps our acreage groundhog and rodent free!
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    No, you should have removed your dog from the...

    No, you should have removed your dog from the situation by picking him up, NOT by physically attacking a small dog. There's a huge difference between 'defending' yourself and your dog, and...
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    You slammed a small dog to the ground because he...

    You slammed a small dog to the ground because he was playing too rough/humping? That is not ok. At all. It's different if a dog is attacking (as in intent to do harm) and you have to react...
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    There's a hump-happy JRT at our barn too! He was...

    There's a hump-happy JRT at our barn too! He was *obsessed* with my poor male dog for a while and would follow him around humping him even after being pulled off a bazillion times. I finally fixed...
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    I'll join! ...

    I'll join!
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  11. 8.5 isn't old, I opened thi threading thinking of...

    8.5 isn't old, I opened thi threading thinking of my 14 year old lab. Your dog easily has another 5-7 years of life, and a mild case of heart worms is very fixable.
  12. I never trust calorie calculations for riding. ...

    I never trust calorie calculations for riding. You can't tell me riding a WP horse or an easy lesson horse burns even close to the calories a 45 minute upper level dressage rider would burn for...
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    No. Button or sewn braids are fine for jumpers,...

    No. Button or sewn braids are fine for jumpers, but not for hunters.
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    He's been jumping for 2 weeks... why the heck are...

    He's been jumping for 2 weeks... why the heck are you jumping him 3'????? Take it slow and let him figure out where his legs are before you start putting the fences up.
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    Has he had a thorough dental exam? It might be...

    Has he had a thorough dental exam? It might be worth having the vet take a good look in his mouth. Between being picky AND suspicious of food bowls, it makes me wonder if he has a painful tooth. ...
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    Your dog probably dug up a grave, or something...

    Your dog probably dug up a grave, or something else dug it up and dropped it your yard. And no, there shouldn't be any health risk. My dog finds, eats and rolls in at least 3 dead things a week,...
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    While I usually appreciate the more hands off...

    While I usually appreciate the more hands off approach of the mods here (on certain other forums, anything but puking rainbows and butterflies is frowned upon). But I think the forum would be a much...
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    Equisis- I agree about the speed and optimum...

    Equisis- I agree about the speed and optimum times! Even if they're not on the packet, PLEASE put them somewhere easy to find. On the event website if there is one would be great, or in the show...
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    Do you really think it's in the rules for...

    Do you really think it's in the rules for gymnasts to wear lots of makeup and sparkly outfits? No... but it's still expected.
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    Out of curiosity, what breed is he? I can't...

    Out of curiosity, what breed is he? I can't imagine my lab or hound mix refusing anything (edible or not) They both eat their occasional raw treats like it's their first time eating in months. ...
  21. Does he wear a collar with tags? Some dogs don't...

    Does he wear a collar with tags? Some dogs don't like the clanging of the tags on bowls.

    Otherwise, if he's crate trained, I'd leave him in his crate (or a closed off room with no distractions)...
  22. Lots of kicking, or hitting with a heavy branch...

    Lots of kicking, or hitting with a heavy branch if available. Definitely do NOT try to pull or otherwise grab an aggressive dog! My dog has never been seriously (as in blood) attacked, but I have...
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    She gets fed in a metal bowl (plus she eats so...

    She gets fed in a metal bowl (plus she eats so fast I'm not sure her nose ever touches the edge :lol:)

    No allergies, and she doesn't rub her nose.

    She did go to the vet today for her yearly...
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    There are somewhere around 25 horses who live out...

    There are somewhere around 25 horses who live out 24/7 at the barn I board at. They are split into 3-5 horse groups and on pastures ranging from 5-15 acres of superb grazing, plus they get high...
  25. I'm hoping someone answers this, my gelding is...

    I'm hoping someone answers this, my gelding is doing the same thing. JLC- did you find cough free helped significantly?
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