Equine Disease Alerts


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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

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Preventing Sunburns In Donkeys, Horses and Mules


Donkeys, horses and mules with pink skin are at risk for sunburns and skin cancer.

Resources:

Select Skin Cancer

Select Preventing Sunburns.

Select Treatment For Skin Cancer

One Day The Wild Horses and Burros Will Be Extinct


Select Take Action To Stop The Wild Horse and Burro Roundups

Death With Dignity For Our Donkey, Horse or Mule


Living the farm life is a blessing as farms are expensive to maintain, our world has become very expensive. The life of a farmer is amazingly difficult as each day something new is left at our feet. A farmer must pray, plan and let go. Nothing is more difficult than working for a year and having the weather destroy crops or livestock.

 

I teach the owner or caretaker worldwide how to care for the donkey and train and maintain the donkey. Everything we do or do not do will affect the health of our livestock emotionally, physically and mentally. Here on the Donkey Whisperer Farm ® we work closely with our veterinarian and farrier to ensure our donkeys and horses are living in optimum health.

Our Life is in God’s hands, each day is fragile and precious for humans and animals. 

Resources: Options To Bury The Body Of Our Beloved Horse, Donkey or Mule

Resources: Sending The Equine To Heaven

Have A Plan:

When a donkey, horse or mule dies it is very important to let the rest of the herd smell and see the equine has passed. If we do not provide closure the animals will live in emotional distress crying and looking for their pasture buddy. Even when one of our dogs pass we let the other dogs say goodbye. Its only fair.

 

God Bless You And Your Family Two And Four-Legged

Donkey Whisperer Farm

Melody & Scott Johnson

Fireworks and Pets, Have A Plan


Select FIREWORKS AND PETS

Select Equine And Fireworks

Select Horses Fireworks Colic Death

Select Horse Dies Colic Fireworks

Select Donkey Dies 

Select 68 Horses Fireworks

Select Asking For A Restraint Of Fireworks Around Equine Farms

 

 

 

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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm ®

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You See Animal Abuse We See Human Abuse


Our world has changed dramatically in how we care and treat animals. We now have business catering to all aspects of pet care, food and behavior training for humans.  First we must train the human, next the human trains the animal. 

Humans who abuse animals are not merely signs of a minor personality flaw, but are rather symptomatic of a deep mental disturbance. Cruelty to animals has been recognized as an indicator of a dangerous psychopathy that claims both animal and human victims.

Horses Dream Of Being Trained The Way A Donkey Demands To Be Trained, Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm.

The Link: Cruelty to Animals and Violence Towards People
Select Animal Legal Historical Center

Donkeys are called donkey, burro or ass short for Equus africanus asinus. The donkey is a domesticated member of the horse family, Equidae. Scientific nameEquidae The wild ancestor of the donkey is the African wild ass, E. africanus.  Asses were first domesticated around 3000 BC, probably in Egypt or Mesopotamia, and have spread around the world.

Donkeys Come In Three Sizes ALL ABOUT DONKEYS

Miniature – man-made bred to be Small

Standard or burro

Mammoth – man-made bred to be Large

 

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

Donkey Whisperer Farm

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De-Worming Donkeys, Horses and Mules


Spring is here! Ask your vet to check the poop and stop parasites quickly.

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Worming Donkeys, Mules and Horses

Parasite Prevention:

  • Remove manure daily from paddock, stalls and pastures.
  • Be sure pastures and paddocks are well-drained and not overpopulated.
  • Compost manure rather than spreading it on fields where horses graze.
  • Use a feeder for hay. Do not feed on the ground.
  • Initiate effective fly control programs.​​
  • Give a fecal sample to your vet in the spring and summer
  • Weigh your equine to know the weight. Select Tape Weigh Equine When giving the wormer be sure to hold the head up as most donkeys will spit the wormer out.

SelectHay Pillow 

Fecal Sample – Ask your vet to check the poop out. Your vet is the best source for parasite control. Why? Parasites are becoming resistant to wormer. The immune system is compromised when we over worm and the equine has no parasites. Talk to your vet…

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