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Horse Treats: Handle With Care – The Horse


Horse Treats: Handle With Care – The Horse


Mindful feeding makes rewarding horses a treatEvery time he leaves his favorite restaurant, Jack Dinoffri fills his pockets with peppermint candies for his niece’s horse. And he encourages his dinner guests to do the same.“We have to have treats for the horse, you know,” he tells them.Even though he doesn’t own a horse himself, Dinoffri knows most horses have a pretty tough time turning down something sweet. He also assumes that most people who do own horses can’t resist feeding them treats from time to time.

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