Type: Posts; User: BEARCAT
In addition to good manners training, use 2 lead ropes so that you can practice unhooking one but still have the other one for control.
This will take a bit of retraining and is not a quick fix.
Not uncommon for the seller not to want to make the repairs, however usually, this gives you negotiating power for asking them for a fair legal amount to get the repairs done yourself.
(Might be a bad idea if the...
This is the "companie's" website:
They do many different genres, including burlesque with horses.
I use a Queen size duvet cover on top of my King size comforter. It lays like a flat sheet on top and was leftover from when we upgraded to a King. I have not had issues with shifting.
If your dogs...
Yes, I think I am lucky to have a great local shelter. They also strongly encourage you to try the dog out to make sure it's a great fit, and if things don't work out, you can return/exchange the...
I just adopted a Basenji x Red Heeler (best we can tell) from the local animal shelter that would fit all your requirements. Spayed, chipped, medium size, super smart (trainable!) and while I don't...
Second Daniel Stewart! There's a few short videos on youtube to give you an idea.
I am just impressed at the puppy's extensive wardrobe!
Too bad none of the original photo links work anymore.. care to repost the pictures in question?
What are the "all american dog?"
Absolutely do it! He is super positive and supportive, and the exercises aren't "difficult" per say, but he does put you under pressure mentally and you will learn a ton.
I have audited several...
My first reaction was "Way cool! and very creative (and french of course.)"
My second was "what do they put on their resume? My previous job was being a horse's @ss?" ;) ;)
Sweet!! Thank you, I've been wanting to see it.
Here's the trailer:
Shop around for a different vet to do this?
I am getting dew claws removed on my new dog and was quoted around $120. That's for 2 of them on 2 different legs. Biggest part of cost is anesthesia.
Mine was that way but I taught him that if he stood still and waited, I would take the itchys away. He is not allowed to rub on me, but as soon as I am done unbridling, I take a soft face brush and...
I know you said you can't wait to be back in the saddle, but in all fairness to the horse, starting with some in-hand work will pay for itself in the long run.
I started doing the exercises in this...
Good resolution :)
Too bad you can't borrow my Aussie!
I tell her to "clear the yard" and she gets rid of the deer! (And by that I don't mean chasing - she will move them off swiftly and then come right back to me.)...
They do make "No touch No eye contact" patches
Doesn't hurt to ask.
You could just use one of these:
They mount on your regular headstall. That is what I use for trail riding and Working Equitation (since...