Pas-A-Fier

$28.39
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Pas-A-Fier

$28.39

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Product Summary:

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This toy is designed to naturally pacify your horse's boredom and deter cribbing with a unique rotating device that is designed to spin and massage gums.  Manufactured from an innovative, durable, apple-scented polymer that will last for years.  Mounts easily to stall corners, hardware included.
Size:
13" L x 7" W
 
Weight:
3 lbs.
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Can still crib on it! I bought this for my horse that cribs. The box says it gaurentees to stop cribbing and my filly was cribbing on in within 10 minutes. I gave it to my other horse, and she licked it once and ignored it. August 15, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Helpful for my cribbing horse We have a horse that cribs. He used to do it on the wood fence or any surface he could find. We do not believe in cribbing collars or other methods of preventing cribbing. All the newest research points to cribbing as a way to relieve pain, usually from ulcers. Most researchers say it is more harmful to prevent the cribbing than to let them continue. Anyway, I thought this toy would be great for him. We bought it and put it up in his run in shed and he ignored it. A YEAR later he suddenly discovered it and has used it ever since. He never cribs on any other surface anymore. He has worn it out so we are getting him a new one. July 9, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nothing My horse didnt care, or notice it at all. I put molasses on it, which he licked off, but never touched the thing again. March 16, 2009
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