The Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC sells quality soft yacht rope halters made to fit a donkey’s head not a horse. If you would like to purchase a soft yacht rope halter with the matching lead line, brass screw on snap, leather end. Select our store http://www.donkeywhisperer.com/onlinestore.htm as you can select from 17 colors for your donkey.
Everything about Rio our Mammoth donkey is LARGE. Rio needs a custom fitted halter, saddle, fly mask, you name it. Thank you Rio as you are one of the reasons the Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC was created. We needed a perfect fitting halter/lead line for you!
Here is Rio as a baby Mammoth donkey.
Do not be fooled! Our lead line is part of the training tool. You need the lead line long enough but not too long, the brass snap to teach your donkey to follow you as a leader along with the leather end. The leather end is a way to touch your donkey.
We custom fit the Mammoth donkeys head, horse, mule, ponies or mini mules for you. Relax and let us help you find the perfect training halter for your equine. We provide Free Shipping in the U.S.A. and we proudly ship worldwide. Our template is easy for you to measure. We sell a LIFETIME WARRANTY as our halters are handmade in the U.S.A. with quality materials. The Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC rope halter/lead line is a serious training tool. You need to take Donkey 101 E-TRAINING to learn how to train your donkey in combination with the halter. Donkeys naturally push into pressure.
Please never leave any halter on your equine while not in attendance to avoid death or self-mutilation.
Please never feed a horse, donkey or mule without asking the owner for permission. Allergies, health specific diet are real. You can cause laminitis, cushings, abscesses and obesity. Obesity can cause death in equine living in domestication.
What is Laminitis?
Radiograph of a horse hoof showing rotation of the coffin bone and evidence of sinking, a condition often associated with laminitis. The annotation P2 stands for the middle phalanx, or pastern bone, and P3 denotes the distal phalanx, or coffin bone. The yellow lines mark the distance between the top and bottom part of the coffin bone relative to the hoof wall, showing the distal (bottom) of the coffin bone is rotated away from the hoof wall.
Laminitis is a disease that affects the feet of ungulates, and is found mostly in horses and cattle. Clinical signs include foot tenderness progressing to inability to walk, increased digital pulses, and increased temperature in the hooves. Severe cases with outwardly visible clinical signs are known by the colloquial term founder, and progression of the disease may lead to perforation of the coffin bone through the sole of the hoof or being unable to stand up requiring euthanasia.
GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!