"Horses Dream Of Being Trained The Way A Donkey Demands To Be Trained" Melody Johnson

Warning Leaving A Halter On Your Horse, Donkey or Mule

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WARNING Leaving  A halter On a Horse, Mule or Donkey Can Cause Death or self-mutilation 

My horse and donkeys are very athletic they can take their back hooves and itch their face.  The halter could get stuck on their hooves, fence or other objects.

* Strangulation can occur when they get the halter stuck on something and fight to get it off

* The halter can grow into the head of the equine (horse, donkey, mule) I have personally seen this and it is abuse

* Dirty itchy halter causes the equine to scratch and work to get it off it’s not natural (think  how you would want to be treated)

Learn How To Teach your Equine (horse, donkey or mule) To Catch You!

When interacting with your equine try to make this a time to connect bring a couple of pieces of green apple with you or a carrott  to build a relationship of fair and safe leadership.  Equine work best in training programs that do not require the equine to stay in the prisoner role.  Yes, I said prisoner role, old school training techniques use fear to train equine and this is not a partnership.  Donkeys cannot be trained this way they require natural training with fair, balanced and a honest trainer!  Horses dream of being trained the way donkeys demand to be trained.

The joy you will receive when changing your training methodology is enormous and your frustration will vanish.  People say “treats make my equine nip” I say “Nope, use this as an opportunity to train” watch your timing let the equine turn their head away and then give them a reward takes just a few training sessions for them to learn how to politely accept a treat.  Creativity is the answer you can do it!

Study  Donkey Whisperer Farm online video series 101.

All of my equine come up to us every time we call them just like my dogs.  The key is setting the animal up for success if each time you have time to be with your equine you are doing things to them that are not enjoyable why would they want to come up?  Treat your equine the way you would want to be treated if you were living your life as an equine and watch the blessings start flowing freely.

GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!

Melody

http://www.donkeywhisperer.com

https://www.facebook.com/Donkeywhisperer

3 Responses to “Warning Leaving A Halter On Your Horse, Donkey or Mule”

  1. Susan Friedland-Smith

    Hey Donkey Whisperer, just curious if you’ve ever been to the Bishop Mule Days near Mammoth Lakes, CA. http://www.muledays.org/
    I have not been (and I’m actually more of a horse person), but I think it sounds very interesting. And it’s such a gorgeous area. I told my husband, “We need to check that out some time.” It’s always over Memorial Day Weekend. Just curious if you had any insights on that event.

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    • Donkey Whisperer Farm

      No I have not. My focus is on education of natural training, health, diet, shelter, saddle fitting, (how to train resistance free) and not place extra stress on the donkey, horse or mule. I am not interested in wining a ribbon I am interested in how my personal donkeys and horses responds to me each and every time I am with them.

      I think Bishop Mule can be very informative to help people learn tac for mules including showing what the mule can do just like the horse. On the other side of it I have a very difficult time watching some of the games and sports created for fun of the audience and not the equine. I have seen Bishop Mule days on T.V. and I am a bit conflicted with some of the training techniques as my training is resistance free. I do not attend Rodeo’s either.

      Thank you for your question
      Melody

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