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When our minis came to us a few weeks ago, our dogs went crazy barking at them while watching them from the backyard. I finally took each dog on a leash to sniff noses with the horses through the fence. It seems to have stopped the barking.
Since then, I’ve been taking a dog, leashed of course, with me to feed or turn out. I think I’ve identified my barn dog. My male, Wylie, is 9 months old and has been very respectful every time he’s gone with me. His sister is also good, but a little afraid after getting charged by one of the goats. My bigger girls are too reactive, so they’ll stay on the other side of the fence. Here are a few pics of Wylie’s adventures with non-dogs, lol.
 

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Does the little black horse have a star? She looks a lot like my Midnight. Wylie will soon be friends with everyone. Your place as beautiful and looks idea for your animals.
 
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Does the little black horse have a star? She looks a lot like my Midnight. Wylie will soon be friends with everyone. Your place as beautiful and looks idea for your animals.
Yes, he does. His name is Theo. Believe it or lot, his dad is a very loud leopard appaloosa. Do you have a pic of Midnight?
We really love our place...the house itself has some issues, but it’s shaping up pretty nicely outside. It’s not big, but big enough for all of the critters to be happy.
 

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