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This is where you really should supervise horses and dogs!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by ad_1980, Jul 4, 2009.


  1. ad_1980

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    I was watching some horse trials the other week, it was the cross country day and someone's terrier got off it's lead and chased a horse along the course. It could have been such a tragic disaster, luckily the horse did not seem phased by it and carried on. Could have ended so badly.
     
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    I trust my horse whole heartedly with other animals and my 4 year old daughter, but I would still not leave her un-supervised or allow her to run around her.....accidents happen!!!:eek:
     
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    I have taken Buster to the stable before under supervision I would never leave them unsupervised and they're trained not to chase the horses and were always on lead. Buster is the only one I've ever taken and he doesn't react to the horses at all.
     
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    Once Bramble's had all his injections we'll be introducing him to all the farm animals.
     
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