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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by donrae View Post

But, minis are still horses and the OP will still need to have the confidence to manage them. An ill-mannered mini may not be able to do the physical damage a large horse can, but it's still not going to be a pleasant companion if it's the boss of the human.

True that. A mini may be small, but they can have a full-sized dose of brattitude.

We called this one 'Syd, the Man-eating Mini" for a reason.
post #12 of 12
I have 7 minis.
Buy a non spoild deamon... and all will be good.
To many people are the reasons y a lot of minis are spoild rotten nasty attitude lil s****!
Otherwise the good ones are priceless

MindyLee Hellebuyck

Silver Maple Miniatures

Lapeer, Michigan

Bantam Cochins, Quality Miniature Horses,

Netherland Dwarf Rabbits, & Iris Flowers

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MindyLee Hellebuyck

Silver Maple Miniatures

Lapeer, Michigan

Bantam Cochins, Quality Miniature Horses,

Netherland Dwarf Rabbits, & Iris Flowers

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