How are horse hooves different then those of cattle?
Cattles feet are split hooved and lack a frog, the horse has a round hoof with a frog.
Yeah, probably. Some would argue no to this, especially those few who train their cattle to be ridden like a horse. These folks say that they tend to catch on to things a lot quicker than a horse does and are easier to train than a horse. All due respect to the horse people, different opinions can come from anywhere and anyone.
All horses protect themselves with either their hooves or teeth, both of which are formidable. The muscles in the horse's jaw are strong enough that they can break bones with just their teeth. Predators usually attack from behind. Imagine what it would be like for them approaching the rear of a frightened horse with those hooves and huge muscles on the horse's hindquarters. they can kick them and run away
How do you get your horse to stay in his stall calmly without him rearing or kicking if he has had free roam of the stall and pasture for three years?
dunno is that a howrse question I'm stuck on a bunch of those. If we are talking real horse foot problems and not 'howrse' game the term may be called 'lame'. There are different names for different diseases of the foot but those would not be considered 'terms'. If your horse is having a problem with his feet it will make him lame. That is the best term I can think of.
foundering is a type of lameness in a horse and can result in the horse being put down. corrective shoeing can fix the problem occassionlly or long lay-offs. foundering is causing by consuming too much sugars (like from fresh new grass or grain) that they eat too much of. those access sugars are not able to exit their body easily and go to their legs and hooves -which they affect the worst.
No, modern camels do not have hooves. They have a two-toed foot with toenails and a soft footpad. Prehistoric camels may have had hooves. Wait, no prehistoric camels have probley had even less hoof-like feet. Horses have hooves and their ancesters feet had camel like feet with two nails. You see , over time those two toes turned into hooves!So , before the camels had two toes , they most likely had more toes.
Not ALL horses wear shoes. There are many horses that don't wear shoes nor need to wear shoes. Shoes should only be worn if they are being used for draught or riding purpose which takes them in areas which may crack or damage their shoeless hooves. If they are ridden in parts that are grassy or not going to cause detrimental damage to their bare hooves, or are just being raised as lawn ornaments, then…
Horses communicate with people the same way that they would communicate with other horses. To a horse that is used to people, those people are simply other horses that stand on two legs and look a lot different from a real horse. It doesn't know any different nor can know the difference. A horse can only communicate the way it knows how.
Wolves are stronger and smarter than dogs. It depends on the size and health of the horse, plus the strength and size of the wolves. A horse would crush, stomp, kick, or charge off as many wolves as they want. Like an ox or a cattlebeast, a horse would fight a group of attacking wolves, especially when they are cornered. Some wolves would come to disable the horse's powerful hooves, while others would come to…