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What animals do horses keep in balance?


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2010-04-23 21:03:58
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Horses enjoy the company of other horses, and also cats and donkeys/mules. They may get along with other animals such as dogs or goats.

They do not like snakes, pigs.

Horses like other horses :) aswell as other animals ^^^

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