Thursday, February 26, 2009

Chew Toy

Hmmmm... Mom won't let me chew on the barn, so I guess I'll chew on this log...

Actually, Mom's leather boots smell and taste better than wood. She won't mind...

6 comments:

Jenn said...

Mmm...tasty! I threw a couple of logs into Calypso's paddock because she started eating the wood fence posts. She is VERY happy with her logs and has finally laid off the posts.

Gabe, on the other hand, is so mouthy I have to keep stuff in his paddock to keep him busy. He has bleach bottles with stones in them (he likes the rattle they make), he has a couple of traffic cones, a Jolly ball, his LikIt and a piece of carpet he likes to pick up and fling around. Hey, I never claimed he was NORMAL. :P

Pat and Abe said...

You need a block of salt or, maybe you already have one of those. I know horse stalls are often chewed up so much that the height of doors in barns etc., are reduced almost in half. There used to be a team of workhorses and one of them was blind in both eyes. The blind one could pull a plow with his team mate leading the way and they did everything together including grazing beside each other. The only real difference was the dutch doors on their individual stalls. The blind one had eaten or chewed more than the one who could see.

Katharine Swan said...

What is it about leather shoes?! Panama loves those too!

photogchic said...

Are those dapples or just shedding out?

Andrea said...

I swear, horses are a lot like dogs!! Chew everything!! LOL!!

Nuzzling Muzzles said...

photgchic - Both dapples and shedding out.