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  1. #1
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    Default Is this bit too strong?

    I promise this is the last thread like this. It was just too funny looking not to share. I finally found a mini-snaffle for the new pony. Then Gigi found the new snaffle. Who knew it would make such a great teething ring?

    http://pets.webshots.com/photo/26381...lIP?vhost=pets



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    Probably feels real good to chew with being naturally cold and smooth. Cleaning bits in the dishwasher should make it an easy clean up! Snaffles are recommended by everyone for mouthing youngsters!

    I would not go with the curb chain suggested for mouthing young ones in another thread. Chain links might pinch her tongue.



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    Adorable!



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    I'd put her in something stronger - maybe a kimberwicke? Those wee girlies are strong willed.



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    How cute!!! That is a great picture...
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