Why Does My Horse- ?

Why Does My Horse- ?

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Based on an analysis of how horses naturally behave, this practical and helpful handbook addresses common problems that owners have with their horses and how to overcome them. Horse owners learn to use a horse's natural instincts as a sociable herd animal to curb such behaviors as fidgeting during grooming, pushing their owners up against a wall, and kicking their stable walls. Written in an accessible, easy-to-reference A--Z format, each behavior problem is addressed both in terms of what causes the behavior and what can be done to solve it before it becomes habitual and a danger to the horse and its rider.
Publisher: London : Souvenir, 2000, c1996.
ISBN: 9780285635623
Branch Call Number: 636.1 MACG
Characteristics: 243 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.


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Aug 10, 2012

According to this book all problems could be solved if you would just let your horse go because all problems are caused by domestication.

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