Watch This Dog Take His Horse For A Walk!

Watch This Dog Take His Horse For A Walk!

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Big things really do come in small packages! You would never think a tiny little dog like this could control a horse – but he does a great job of walking the horse, and lead him in the right direction! The horse follows right along, and seems to enjoy his new walker.

I love how confident the little guy is. Just one wrong step and this could have ended terribly – but the horse is kindhearted, and knows his size and strength. I love it!

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  • Joanne ZGG

    this is really cute, but the flip side is that the dog is actually teaching this horse to ignore pressure. the horse is being de-sensitized to the pressure of the halter and actually leaning resistance — I would not do this.