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Carbon Copy
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2017-04-21 12:52 PM (#7341172)
Subject: Raking teeth down trailer



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 I've got a horse that will rake his teeth down the trailer and skin it down to the aluminum.  Is there anything you can put on the trailer to prevent this, other than not tying him to it? 
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2017-04-21 1:16 PM (#7341182 - in reply to #7341172)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer



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I know a few horses like that and they drive me coo-coo, lol.. maybe try a grazing muzzle..  



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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2017-04-21 1:59 PM (#7341202 - in reply to #7341172)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer



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My mare will do this on the fence at home, luckily not tied to my trailer! LOl its JUST HER no changing it.
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Reg. Jan 2012
Posted 2017-04-21 2:23 PM (#7341210 - in reply to #7341172)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer



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I had one that got muzzled because of this.
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Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2017-04-21 2:26 PM (#7341212 - in reply to #7341172)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer



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This horse has to be moving even on his back, if you're moving him he's fine.  If you stop him he goes to chewing on the bit, or something.  If someone is tied beside him, he's got to mess with them.  If he doesn't have something to do he tends to get into trouble.
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Nateracer
Reg. Feb 2008
Posted 2017-04-21 2:59 PM (#7341227 - in reply to #7341172)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer



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LOL!  This SO sounds like my old man! There wasn't anything he doesn't do to make noise!  Scrape the fenders, pop the rubber on the tire treads with his teeth to make them go Boing, untie himself, and all sorts of other goodies!    

There wasn't much that we could do to prevent him doing this.  Never thought of a muzzle. Now we have pens, so he can eat grass instead of trying to eat everything not edible.  
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OhMax
Reg. Feb 2013
Posted 2017-04-21 3:19 PM (#7341231 - in reply to #7341172)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer


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Agree on the muzzle being the easiest option if he'll tolerate it.

Have you ever tried a magnesium supplement? General anxiety is a symptom I'm learning. We have a compulsive bit chewer (with other symptoms) who we are trying on MagRestore.
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Carbon Copy
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2017-04-24 1:09 PM (#7341607 - in reply to #7341231)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer



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I have a friend that was talking to me about MagRestore at our last show.  I'll check into it.  Thanks 
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horsegirl
Reg. Feb 2004
Posted 2017-04-24 2:14 PM (#7341625 - in reply to #7341172)
Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer



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Maybe attach a grazing muzzle to that horse while tied at the trailer so he can't get his teeth on it.
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