HippoLogic Market Research Mugging/ Pushy horses
This questionnaire is about mugging behaviour in horses. Mugging is all behaviour your horse uses to get your attention (negative or positive) and/or all he does to get treats or his food faster
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1. Do you have a horse and how long have you had your current horse/lease horse? (If you have more than one keep one horse in mind answering these questions)
< 1 years
1 - 5 years
> 5 years
I don't own a horse anymore/don't have a lease horse
2. How does your horse try to get your attention? (select all that apply on regular bases)
Pushing me with his head
Nudges me with his nose
Sniffs my pockets or hands
Moves his head up and down
Pushes things over, like my grooming kit
Nibbles on things he's not suppose to
Tries to untie himself (at the grooming place)
Tries to step onto things
Vocal (nicker, whinney)
Pick things up with his mouth (things I want to keep whole)
Kicks his stall door
Does 'naughty' things (add what he does)
3. What do you call this behaviour? (Multiple answers possible)
4. Does this behaviour bother you?
Yes, only very rarely
Yes, sometimes it annoys me
Yes, I get irritated often
Yes, it bothers me daily (now you mention it)
No, NEVER (end of questionnaire)
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