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 Mr Spitzy

Mr. Spitzie is a horse-protecting llama. If you can’t find the horses, just look for Mr. Spitzie because he is sure to know where they are. Mr. Spitzie was rescued by a kind lady after she stumbled across him on his way to the sausage factory!

Spitzie is a self-proclaimed horse and though he does not associate with other ruminants, he is still very kind to Uncle Snee, Buttercup, and Chuckles. He just considers himself to be on a whole other level in the social hierarchy! But seriously, Mr. Spitzie is a very dedicated protector of the entire herd. He takes it upon himself to check out any possible threats to the herd. When new people, animals or objects come near, he is first to inspect and let the others know if the situation is safe and acceptable. Whenever you take an animal out of the pasture, particularly a horse, Spitzie is sure to stand very close, supervising every move to ensure that you are treating his herd members in an appropriate and dignified manner. Mr. Spitzie is very conservative and values propriety.

As a result of Mr. Spitzie dedicating every waking moment to guarding the herd, he tends to be a bit uptight while sacrificing his own needs. Llamas need to take time lying down to chew their cud, but horses graze most of the day. So as the horses move about the pasture, so does he. He often doesn’t take “Spitzie Time,” but he’s learning.

The regal Mr. Spitzie specializes in teaching people to care for others and be kind to everyone while learning how to balance their own needs. He teaches socialization skills, frustration tolerance and anger management. He is a quiet confidante who is always willing to lend a helping hoof.

 

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Mr. Spitzie is a horse-protecting llama. If you can’t find the horses, just look for Mr. Spitzie because he is sure to know where they are. Mr. Spitzie was rescued by a kind lady after she stumbled across him on his way to the sausage factory!

Spitzie is a self-proclaimed horse and though he does not associate with other ruminants, he is still very kind to Uncle Snee, Buttercup, and Chuckles. He just considers himself to be on a whole other level in the social hierarchy! But seriously, Mr. Spitzie is a very dedicated protector of the entire herd. He takes it upon himself to check out any possible threats to the herd. When new people, animals or objects come near, he is first to inspect and let the others know if the situation is safe and acceptable. Whenever you take an animal out of the pasture, particularly a horse, Spitzie is sure to stand very close, supervising every move to ensure that you are treating his herd members in an appropriate and dignified manner. Mr. Spitzie is very conservative and values propriety.

As a result of Mr. Spitzie dedicating every waking moment to guarding the herd, he tends to be a bit uptight while sacrificing his own needs. Llamas need to take time lying down to chew their cud, but horses graze most of the day. So as the horses move about the pasture, so does he. He often doesn’t take “Spitzie Time,” but he’s learning.

The regal Mr. Spitzie specializes in teaching people to care for others and be kind to everyone while learning how to balance their own needs. He teaches socialization skills, frustration tolerance and anger management. He is a quiet confidante who is always willing to lend a helping hoof.

 

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