3 Horse Training Tips for Beginners

Horses are often admired for the strength, grace and beauty. They can be trained to give rides, pull carriages or perform in shows. Regardless of the purpose a horse is being trained for, there are some basic rules that apply. The trainer should stay patient and calm, carefully read the horse’s responses and stick to a schedule.

1. Be Patient

Trying to get any animal to understand and perform an action takes time. Like people, horses can become confused or fatigued if presented with too much information at once. Introduce elements such as horse jump designs, saddles or the presence of eager children slowly so that they can adapt properly. End sessions when the horse shows signs of tiring, but before they are overwhelmed or exhausted. If a session is scheduled to begin and the horse seems stiff or unwilling, it may need more rest and care before further …

Tips for Finding the Right Dog Trainer

You took the plunge and added an adorable German Shepherd puppy to your family. Now it’s time to get that pup some training so he or she becomes the perfect family member you hoped for. 

You wouldn’t leave your child with an unfit babysitter, nor should you trust just anyone to train your dog. Dog trainers are unregulated, so virtually anyone can call themselves a dog trainer. 

Check with the show line German Shepherd breeders where you got the puppy to see if they offer training classes or recommend someone. 

When researching trainers for your dog, pay attention to these specifics.

What Method Do They Use?

Does the trainer use shock collars, choke collars or prong collars as part of their training methods? If so, find someone else. Your dog doesn’t have to hurt to learn. The use of force as a training method can cause aggressive behavior from …

Unique Pet Safari’s Sanctuary

Exotic PetsUnique pets are those which is uncommon and distinctive. I had quite a few encounters with bats. Sooner or later one hung in the air proper in front of me for quite a couple of seconds earlier than he decided to do a dive and a u-flip – similar to helicopters they’ll maintain themselves in the air. They are more afraid of us than we’re of them. They will never collide with humans or any object – they’ve a built-in radar-system or something related. But, I know, this doesn’t make them potential pets. Your attacker in all probability tried to maintain you away from her babies.

Jian Wei, 38, in entrance of a giant tank containing blacktip reef sharks ( Carcharhinus melanopterus) in his shop at the Shilihe pet market in Beijing. Jian sells three to 5 people every month for roughly 4,000RMB ($600). The species is native to the …