Weaving, Headshaking and Cribbing (AAEP Convention 2005)

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We often punish horses for exhibiting undesirable stereotypic behaviors, but most of these behaviors are responses to suboptimal environments. Thus, punishing the horse for the behavior only increases the already heightened stress that caused the behavior.

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