Horse cornered other in stall and kicked repeatedly?
Separate immediately. Place them in stalls next to each other and graduallt let the get used to one another before turning them loose. If they still don't get along you need to keep them separated. If that is not available you may need to get rid of one so they don't both end up hurt or hurting you trying to stop them.
Don't walk behind a horse. You could get kicked. A horse can't see behind them so if you have to get to the other side walk to the front and around. If your working near the back part, make sure you let the horse knows you're there. Put your hand on his and talk softly to him. If you see someone get kicked, the horse probably was spooked, but if you get kicked, don't worry…
If you witness your horse coughing repeatedly in her pasture you can record what is happening with a camera or phone and send it to your equine vet. The vet can then come out and examine the horse and determine what is causing it. Likely it is mold or pollen, but it could be other issues and the way you keep or manage your horse will have to be changed.
No, not domestic ferrets that are properly socialized, they are not dangerous at all. Any animal in the wild may be dangerous if cornered, being defensive would be part of their nature. advice from other contributors: Any animal is dangerous is they are scared. If you cornered a ferret it probably would get scared and bite. It probably isn't the smartest idea to corner one.
Chiodos refused to give out any information why Craig Owens was kicked out. But Chiodos did make it clear that Craig did need to be kicked out. aside from that I've heard they kicked out because he was abusing him self with drugs and couldn't stop it and it was putting a very bad effect on the other members of the band.
The horse was most likely irratated by the other and wanted to start a fight. I would suggest trying to keep them a part for a little bit to prevent this from happening again. Or, just keep a close eye on them to see if something goes on that you could stop. (ex. one steals another's food or water.)
you should be another horse length apart which means that it should be you then 6-8 feet between you and the other horse It is safest to be out of kicking distance (at least 1 horse length) from the other horse. However, I don't exactly do that.. My friend's horse and mine are best friends and throw fits if they can't be RIGHT next to each other.
You may be thinking of excommunication, but this is not a person being kicked out of the Church. That is a Catholic unable to receive the Sacraments (other than confession) There is no such thing as "kicked out of the Church". Once a person is baptized as a Catholic, or converts, He is a Catholic Christian for the rest of eternity. Baptism makes an ontological change in a person which cannot be undone. Thus, there…
It could be a number of things. It could be like you suspect, a reaction from an insect. But he may have injured himself. He may have been kicked by another horse if he is with others. It could be an infection of some sort or even an infected tooth. Watch it closely. If it was an insect it should begin to go back to normal within a day or so. If not or if…