Your favorite child’s book is actually based on a real life pony.
Many horses benefit from a grazing muzzle, which limits the amount of grass they can consume.
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Teddy the Shetland is our hero.
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Let’s just say the teasing brush is your friend!
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The Mérens horses, the “Black Princes of the Pyrenees,” run wild in the foothills of the Ariège mountains until fall, when they are collected by the townspeople on foot and resume their domesticated lifestyles.
You might be one of the many owners that has to watch the grass intake of your beloved pony or horse…