Safe Seasonal Activities with your Dog Jul 29 2014
It is tempting in include a pet in warm weather, seasonal activities such as picnics in the park, vacation travel, and fireworks displays. Care must be taken to ensure the dog’s safety during these outings. Provide adequate restraint, food, and water for a pet that will be away from home. Make sure that there is a shelter, pavilion, or overhang to shade the dog from the sun. Crates are an excellent
choice for providing shade, having excellent ventilation, and safety restraining the dog. The dog should be wearing current identification, and be kept on a leash when out of the crate. If the animal is not acclimated to fireworks, it may be better off left at home.
Myler Bits work as a system. Every horse and rider combination has specific needs and therefore require the proper bit. As the needs of the horse and rider change over time and progress, it may become necessary to upgrade to a different bit, or downgrade depending upon the level of your horse"s training. Weigh your horse"s level of training and the rider"s level of skill:
Level One: Horse has just begun training or has little training. Is learning basic gaits, transitions and obedience. Has begun to "break at the poll."
Level Two: Basic training is established. Relaxed at the poll; holds position when rein is released. Possesses more complex skills such as bending, collection, side passes and lead changes.
Level Three: Horse considered broke or finished; willing to obey commands. Relaxed at the poll. Possesses advanced skills; works well off seat, legs and hands.
Rider"s Skills: Are you a beginner, intermediate or advanced rider? How are your hands? If you are building basic skills and/or have overactive hands, be mindful of bits which send too quick of a signal, including long shanks and/or straight shanks.
HBT Shank 5" - Level 2 - 5" Wide Mouth
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