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Anonymous bluesmom  |  11/13/2008 5:55 PM  |  Flag  
Confined horses and ponies attacked by pit bulls will very frequently die without immediate human intervention. Livestock with the room to run may survive. Horse owners should be able to turn their stock out in their own paddocks and pastures without fear of attacks like these. Equines that survive these attacks will likely not be the same reliable partners,every moving dog will likely be seen as a danger. These horses have no monetary value. Who pays all the bills? The horse owner.

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