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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Dog & Horse Play Together




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    That's really cute! I want that spacious sloping pasture...they are getting some good exercise!



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    My inner 7th grader loved this.

    My inner adult would not want that horse coming after MY dog like that. Also, my inner adult knows that no matter how much unconditional love you give a horse, when there's a hole in the fence, he's going to get out (from the video comments).

    Beautiful pasture! Beautiful animals too.



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    I think it would be a lot cuter if that fencing wasn't a fatality waiting to happen.



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    We guess it might be nice if everyone could afford fancy fences.

    Accidents happen with all kinds of fencing.



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    Am I the only one who read the blurb under the video?

    4 year old stallion that doesn't want to leave the property...even when there is a hole in the fence?!

    And the poster then says they are willing to "share their situation", that they live there alone and love company.

    Weird.
    "Aye God, Woodrow..."



  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Long Spot View Post
    Am I the only one who read the blurb under the video?

    4 year old stallion that doesn't want to leave the property...even when there is a hole in the fence?!

    And the poster then says they are willing to "share their situation", that they live there alone and love company.

    Weird.


    I read that too and immediately thought of silence of the lambs or the hills have eyes or other such weird events that could happen while visiting this "lonely" owner in search of company



  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7HL View Post
    We guess it might be nice if everyone could afford fancy fences.

    Accidents happen with all kinds of fencing.
    So by your logic then it makes sense to drive 40mph above the speed limit in the snow with no seatbelts on because accidents happen when following the law, anyway.

    I think if you can't afford safe fencing, you can't afford horses. And if there is indeed a gap in the fence, then it's clear the owner doesn't give a rat's behind about the animals' safety.



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