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    • If this hurt the horse in any way, the farmer would have flown 10 feet away after getting kicked in the gut.
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    • This does not hurt them btw
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    • For those concerned: Imagine your finger nail was four inches past your finger. If you wanted to, you could shave it, clip it, and even put nails through it without any pain. Same with horse’s hoofs. I assure you, if it was painful they would buck and struggle like nothing else.
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    • Don't horses actually love getting this done?
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    • It's so weird it looks so abusive but that's just what you do to horses
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    • I know it doesn't hurt but seeing that makes me feel uncomfortable
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    • Their hooves don't feel pain. It's the same reason cutting your hair and getting your nails clipped doesn't hurt. What does hurt is a horses hooves that grew too much and end up getting a twisted leg from stepping wrong.
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    • Can’t wait to see the people who don’t know shit about horses get angry
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    • Honest question: are horse's hooves basically a giant toenail?
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    • Tbh the richest people I've met are farmers those dudes invest a lot in their own market
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    • When you have to ask if it hurts the animal after witnessing the animal calmly enduring it, and knowing this has been going on for ages you are dense af. I'm so tired of witnessing people not processing context clues
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    • I have lived all my life in a city of 4 million yet I know that horseshoes don’t hurt the horse it’s all dead tissue like our fingernails
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    • So many sheltered city folk in these comments
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    • If it was painful don’t you think he’d be bucked halfway across Kansas?
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    • I wonder if that feels great to the horse. That’s like a fucking spa day
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    • I can tell yalls is city slickers
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    • If horses exist in the wild, their hooves naturally wear down from all the constant running around. In domesticity they don't run as much and don't wear their hooves down. If at least trimming isn't done, they'll get jacked up hooves.
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    • You know how if you don’t clip your toenails they grow and can hurt, same thing for horses
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    • In case anyone is wondering, no it doesn't hurt the horse to have this done to them. The person doing this is most likely a farrier, someone who is experienced and knows exactly how to handle horses. Trimming hooves is a necessity for horses that aren't wild because if they grow too much they (1/?)
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    • I know a lot of people are saying it looks painful but to me honestly it looks like it could be very thenoonutic for the horse. It would be like having a spa trip
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    • Horse feet😩🥵
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    • This needs to STOP!! This is obviously cruel and- calm the fuck down I'm kidding, yes yes I know the horses actually like it bla bla
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    • Farriers are cool as hell man. It's always cool watching them forge horse hooves. Must be an interesting job.
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    • Did you know that a horses legs are essentially specialized fingers? Their hoof is just a toenail
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    • Sorry I’m an idiot but is a hoof basically in nail
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    • Buppers love to chew on the horse fingernail clippings
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    • I forget what this occupation is of making shoes and shoeing horses, but my friend went out to Kentucky for it and I've never seen the dude happier
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    • That was actually very insightful. Thank you cowboy dude
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    • Ok that was pretty cool. Im a cali boy born and raised in the bay. I domt think it's right to hurt animals at all. But this is nothing but pure love and progress between horse and human. Keeps them holves short which I would imagine helps not break a fuckin leg or ankle or whatever and adds a (1)
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    • So what would happen to the wild horses then?
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    • So I’m a little curious, does anyone else other than me actually seen lonesome dove?
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    • No horse grooming cowboy bf? Why live?
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    • Omfg I am legit gonna steal the bit at the and how tf I never thought of using a drill like that I will never know but whoooo dang I’m mos def trying it! You legit have no idea how hard working horses feet can be! Gotta make um pretty
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    • Ima save a horse and ride a 🤠 Cowboy
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    • Me: My uncle is a farrier. Someone else: He drives a ferry?? Me: No he shoes horses. Someone else: HE SHOOTS HORSES?! WTF WHY? Me: no no he takes care of horses hooves. Someone else: oh why didn’t you say so?!
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    • God I wish that was me
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    • The smell, you haven't thought of the smell you bitch
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    • I do love this... But what did wild horses do before Cowboys came along🤔
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    • Why do we give horses horseshoes and why?
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    • I've helped with the whole horseshoe thing but I never ever wanted to put them on. I was terrified that I'd accidentally hurt the horse
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    • The comment section roasting city slickers mad me laugh a bit. Rough day out here but thanks for the laugh.
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    • It’s like clipping your nails, alright?
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    • If this were instagram there'd be 50 separate comments of people screaming animal abuse while having no idea what they're talking about
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    • What do horse shoes do for the horse?
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    • I work with horses and even have worked on their feet. It’s tough work. This does not hurt them if you do it correctly. If you cut too closely then is does make the animal lame for a short time
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    • Reminder thats like 6 solid inches of just Toenail-type stuff on their feet, they cant feel it
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    • My dad did the same thing and went to a trade school for that. He owned his owm farming business till 2011 because of a long drought piling expenses and 5 other mouths to feed. He changed jobs and gave
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    • I thought when a horse got a shoe put on it was permanent. Isn’t that why they used to shoot horses who “threw a shoe”?
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    • Imagine having enough matter attached to your body with no nerve endings in it that you could drive a fucking nail through it
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    • When ur doing this u end up constantly looking up at the horse like u good man
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    • The funny thing about this to me is, the voiceover is all rustic and old time west, then the dude pulls out a power drill. He should put a little paint on them hooves as well. Lol
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    • That’s cool but I can’t remember what horseshoes are for
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    • The whole vibe and narrative reminds me of my grandpa in Mexico. He used to be a real cowboy and taught me a thing or two about the farm life. He'd get up early in the morning make some coffee with Lechera then take me to the field. He liked to read western novels while swinging off his hammock. 1/2
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    • I apprenticed as a farrier for about a year. Great fun, helped a guy shoe a Percheron draft horse. Massive animal!
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    • Horses feet need to be trimmed like this or they will overgrow and curl upward, causing either founder, permanent lameness, and can lead to other injuries as well.
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    • People are saying its hurting the horse but I promise you it would not be standing that still if it was in pain
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    • So I dont know for sure so if someone checks and corrects me thats cool, but don't horseshoes help the horses not get infections in their feet and don't changing horseshoes usually feel good to the horse?
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    • They nail the horseshoe into his nail?
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    • So can someone explain what’s the purpose of horseshoes? Are they there to help protect the hoof?
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    • How do you even get the horse to sit still long enough
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    • I like watching the dirty ones get cleaned
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    • My dogs love to chew on horse hoof trimmings!
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    • I’m a sheltered city folk and I know that this did not hurt the horse in any way
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    • Imagine those hooves are legit what jellos made out of.
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    • I see people making comments complaining about people who think it hurts the horse but no actual comments saying it hurts the horse
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    • How long does that usually take?
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    • Genuine q.. do they like need shoes??
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    • I know it doesn’t hurt the animal, but it makes me feel like...cringe I suppose.
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    • How did horses even evolve to depending on those?
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    • Yeehaw.
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    • That one white girl: "STOP ITS HURTING HIM'
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    • Jesus, some of y’all need to leave the city for a day... good lord...
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    • Why do we even use horseshoes if the hoof on a horse is something it can't actually feel
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    • "The old cowboy is guilty of watching Brokeback Mountain more than he needs to."
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    • yes.
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    • I remember stupidly touching a cows ass, that motherfucker kicked the side of the trailer so it didn’t hit me, but it scared the shit outa me
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    • I found out that horses love having this done by watching “Monster Girl Doctor.” Thought that centaur was gonna cream her panties.
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    • I like to take the hooves that our Ferrier clips off of our horses and give them to my dog. They make great chew toys.
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    • Awh man he didnt show the trimming of the frog
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    • Fun fact, at some point, someone has indeed found the wrong length of a horshoe nail.
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    • Their hoof is like a big toenail right? So this wouldn’t hurt?
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    • I wanna eat the pieces being taken off when he clips it, they look like mushrooms.
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    • I CAN SMELL THIS VIDEO
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    • Does this hurt the horse? Genuine question
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    • That's fucked up that y'all recorded my aunt getting a pedicure without her permission
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    • I'm telling you, a good ferrier changes everything
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    • I know it dosent hurt the horse but personally i wouldnt be able to do it cause i would feel like i was hurtin the horse (ik its bad to not have it done so i would jus have someone else do it ngl)
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    • If this hurt the horse you’d be kicked in the face
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    • Damn that horse is super well behaved while being shod
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    • Farrier=/= cowboy
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    • I'm a cowbroy for a min thankxxxx
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    • Everyones out here saying guys stop saying its animal cruelty it doesn't hurt but nobody is complaining
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    • Would've been a lot better without the audio
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    • Basically giving his horse a pedicure. YEAH I SAID IT!
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    • This always looks abusive but they need horseshoes or else it hurts their feet to walk
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    • Horse hooves are made out of the same material as your fingernails. They can't feel it. They need shoes so they dont damage their feet. Theres some pretty bad stuff that can happen to horses, its not fun at all.
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    • You can tell the horse is in great condition by the look of the hooves, free of large holes, chips, or cracks and well trimmed. This is actually pretty comfortable for a horse and I’d imagine it feels really nice to get back on your feet after a nice pedicure.
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    • If you think this hurts them just think of it this way. This is the equivalent of you clipping your nails.
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    • For my fellow cowfolk. Be rootin, be tootin, and by God be shootin
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    • So is this like a pedicure for the horse ?
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