The Smallest Horse in Britain Acts More Like a Dog Than A Horse

A tiny dwarf horse named Acer, believed to be the smallest steed in Britain, acts more like a dog than a horse. Aside from the fact that his best friend is canine, Acer has full run of the house at the farm where he lives and goes for daily walks on a leash with his human Maureen O’Sullivan around his Corringham, England neighborhood.

The three-year-old sleeps in a small stable, plays in the field and even wanders around the family home. The little equine is best friends with a Labrador called Demon, who stands inches taller than the tiny horse. Acer was born with a rare condition called dwarfism, which means he didn’t grow properly in the womb.