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

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Donkeys Need You!


Please do not sell your donkey, horse or mule to just anyone. Do your homework as meat buyers are always looking to make money.

Please support small business of the United States Of America!

We work hard for you the consumer to have only the best quality. We sell donkey halters with matching lead lines made in the U.S.A. with quality materials by U.S.A. workers. We sell a lifetime warranty with our donkey halters. You will never find our donkey halter in a tack store or anywhere other than the Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC. Please never leave a halter on any donkey, mule or horse while not in attendance to avoid death or self-mutilation.

Need help with training? We now offer Video On Demand 101, take the donkey trainer to the barn with you on your smart phone or gadget. 

“A trained Donkey has a great life. Sadly donkeys who are not trained are sold more often and are at risk for meat buyers.” Melody Johnson, Trainer Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC.

Donkeys are smarter than most people! Get educated and learn how to train your donkey using reistance free methods. Never abuse a donkey, horse or mule. Learn to be a fair leader.

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I will not share the horrific video’s out on the internet of killing sweet donkeys and feeding them to the customers while the donkey is still alive. I will share this; Please do not sell your donkey, horse or mule to just anyone. Make sure your sweet equine gets a forever home where they are taken care of.

GREED SUCKS!

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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

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Mini Donkeys Eating Hay On The Donkey Whisperer Farm


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Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

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Natural To Blanket Our Beloved Domesticated Horse, Donkey Or Mule?


Domesticated Equine (donkey, horse or mule) Need Us Humans To Use Common Sense.

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First let me step back in time and share how I came to my inner peace with the natural equine world. When I was a kid with my horse in the 70’s we did not do the teeth, blanket, and we sure as heck did not do our own worming. Guess what folks we now live in the year 2016 things have improved for our beloved domesticated equine.

My husband and I pick up the poop on ten acres in Sequim, WA every day and compost. I take fecal samples to the vet, I do not worm unless I need to. I make sure I have blankets for all of our eight equine in case of an emergency, serious winter or sickness. I prepare before the blanket is needed as we have four new donkeys in training and three of…

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Fall Is Coming, Check The Body Score Of Your Donkey, Horse or Mule


Did you know exercise and diet will help your equine?

Yes, taking a walk with your equine if they are too small to ride or too young is a way to help both physically and emotionally.

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

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Apples and Pears Are Ripe In Sequim, WA


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PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE DONKEYS, HORSES AND MULES BEFORE ASKING THE OWNER. DIET IS IMPERATIVE TO THE HEALTH OF A DOMESTICATED EQUINE. Thank you! Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

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Donkey and Horse Vital Signs, Health and Hoof


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A donkey’s normal heartbeat or pulse rate is 35-55 per minute, depending on what it is doing, and its normal temperature is very close to a human’s at 35.8 to 37.5 deg C.  The table below, compiled by the Donkey Sanctuary, gives some of the variations.  A donkey seems to regulate temperature in much the same way as a human, too, as a donkey sweats for the same reasons that a human does.  A feverish donkey is therefore quite easy to detect.

AVERAGE

RANGE

°C  adult donkey

37.1

36.2-37.8

°F

98.8

97.2-100

°C young donkey

37.6

36.6-38.9

°F

99.6

97.8-102.1

Pulse (beats per minute) adult donkey

44

36-68

young donkey

60

44-80

Respiration

(Inspiration per minute)

adult donkey

20

12-44

young donkey

28

16-48

Ways of scoring a donkey’s ‘body condition’ for general health have been devised, but as yet there is no general agreement as to the applicability of such a score.  Those who know donkeys can usually judge quite easily one which is in good condition, i.e. with coat shining, ears and eyes alert, movement easy, ribs and hip bones adequately covered with flesh, and no wounds.

There is another score for ‘wound and foot care’, but on the whole it does not offer more than good observation and common sense can provide.

What are the signs of a donkey being unwell ?

Among the signs of health trouble in a donkey are the following:

·           Fever (body sweat; muzzle hot and dry)

·           Loss of appetite

·           Drooping ears and maybe also a drooping head

·           Coat rough and dull looking

·           Dull eyes

·           Lack of energy and response

·           Frequently lying down

·           Liquid droppings (diarrhea, known as ‘scouring’)

·           Passing no droppings (constipation)

·           Wrong colours of droppings (i.e. signs of blood, although colour does vary a lot according to diet).

Donkeys on the whole do not show their feelings of pain in very obvious ways, but behave as a human would who is called ‘stoical’, i.e. tolerating pain without complaint.  They may make an initial violent movement of avoidance, but after that they become silent and as nearly as possible immobile in the face of pain and/or fear.  Therefore it is sometimes difficult to know when they are suffering acutely, and their behavior may look like ‘stubbornness’ rather than stoicism.  One indicator of pain or fear can be diarrhea, just as in humans.  Since this may also dehydrate the donkey, it will be adding to its problems if it persists.

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

Melody

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