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Likit Treat Bars

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Horse treats are nutritionally balanced compounds which can be used during positive reinforcement or can be used as a reward when the horse has performed well. Horse treats should be used to positively reward your horse for correct behaviour but owners should be careful that tit-biting and offering treats does not lead to biting and mugging. Online for Equine recommend that when offering your horse a treat, you teach him to turn his head away from you prior to receiving a treat; that way, the risk of mugging is greatly reduced. If you find that your horse begins to bite and mug you for treats, it is best to stop feeding treats from hand and offer them in a feed bucket.
Horse treats are nutritionally balanced compounds which can be used during positive reinforcement or can be used as a reward when the horse has performed well. Horse treats should be used to positively reward your horse for correct behaviour but owners should be careful that tit-biting and offering treats does not lead to biting and mugging. Online for Equine recommend that when offering your horse a treat, you teach him to turn his head away from you prior to receiving a treat; that way, the risk of mugging is greatly reduced. If you find that your horse begins to bite and mug you for treats, it is best to stop feeding treats from hand and offer them in a feed bucket.
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