The Ten Behavioural Characteristics Unique to the Horse
R. M. Miller
In describing the behavioural characteristics of the equine species, and in comparing it to other species, I use the term 'other animals'. When I do, I am referring to the other common domestic species with which the American veterinarians are trained (cattle, swine, sheep, goats, dogs and cats). There are, of course, other domestic species which are less cornmon, such as water buffalo, the llama, and the dromedary.