Owning a Horse

Own a horse

We' re pleased to provide you with our third free guide for pet owners, this time describing in detail everything to do with owning your first horse. Purchase and possession of a horse. To own a horse is a lot of fun: They are like huge dogs. This is the easiest way to own a horse. Only one person is responsible for the purchase of the horse and all other costs.

The possession of your very first horse

On this occasion we deal with all aspects of horse-owning. If you have already chosen to own a horse, or if you are still considering, our first horse care guidebook will give you all the information you need. The size of a horse is much larger than most other domestic animal and is therefore more demanding.

You will change your horse as soon as you return him to his new area. You have to make sure that you look after both farm and stallion ponies correctly and give them the loving, caring and attentive service they are worth. It is recommended that you inspect your horse at least twice a working days, including manure removal, maintenance, supply of clean feed and drinking cold feed, and regularly visits to the veterinarian or blacksmith.

Keep in mind that each horse has different traits, although it should not take too long for it to adjust to its environment. For example, if you feed them at a certain period during the day, the horse expects the feed to be delivered to them at the same weekends.

So if you don't have any gear yet or are planning to buy more, here is a listing of some of the articles and accessories you and your horse will need. Articles for the horse: Articles for you: So if you are planning to participate in show jumps or training, here are some of the things you need to buy:

While it is important to supply them with food, linen and towels, the other articles mentioned above can be acquired at a later date. Meanwhile, you can pay your fullest attention to developing the relation between you and your horse as he settles in his new home. It is likely that you have already agreed where your horse will be kept.

It is important that they have enough room to move and evolve, as they are large cats. Maybe you want to keep your horse in a box or shed. In the case of well-groomed ponies, care must be taken to ensure that the surroundings are fenced in in such a way that they cannot get away. In the case of stables, care must be taken to ensure that they are kept in a safe and closed area so that they cannot get out of here either.

Keep in mind that if your horse is kept far away from your home, this means that you will spend more travel to and from your home to take after it. It doesn't matter if you own other ponies or your horse is kept together with others, it is important that you give your new horse enough space to sit down before you launch it.

Every horse reacts differently when it meets at first, although these emotions should subside quickly and it should be attainable. It is important to educate the kids about the safe handling of the horse. So they can see how to respond around the horse without bothering them.

Keep in mind that a horse only responds to instincts, but if a horse can understand this, it can see if it shows adverse behavioral mark. Contrary to other pets, if you report your horse to a veterinarian, he will usually be at your place if necessary.

It is a much more convenient way than taking your horse to the veterinarian because of the horse's age. A veterinarian is required for all horse holders. If you buy your horse, you may be able to use the same veterinarian as the former holder.

One way or the other, you must make sure that you notify your horse to a veterinarian so that any possible medical conditions can be remedied immediately. In the course of a horse's visit to the veterinarian for various reason (including, but not exclusively): Just as important as signing up with a veterinarian, you must ensure that you take out horse coverage immediately.

They should take out horse insurance: If your horse should die and you do not have health care, you will not be eligible for funding. It is up to you, as the conscientious owners, to ensure that you have adequate cover relating to your situation.

If you want to be in horseback then you need driver protection. Third party damage is also recommended to cover you if your horse falls and damage your horse or injures someone else. It is very likely that at some point during your horse's life you will have to make a complaint.

It is very important to keep your horse's wellbeing at bay and therefore you must make sure that his teeths are well-groomed. That'?s why horse insurances are so important. As a rule, your horse's teeths have to be grated annually, with older ponies having to be inspected every six-month.

As soon as you have found a veterinarian or horse doctor, you can ask him for advise on how often you should make an appointment for your horse to be. Your horse should be inspected before purchase. During the check-up procedure, the horse's condition is verified. Throughout this period and in accordance with the British Veterinary Association regulations, your horse will be inspected and tested in five steps, and the following points will be monitored:

In order to find out whether there are shortterm or long-term problems, you should have your horse examined. Your horse needs the necessary inoculations to protect it from illnesses and infections. Six-monthly for other ponies. The vaccination of show jumpers must be carried out at frequent intervals.

Immediately if you have the suspicion that your horse suffers from a certain condition, you should take care of it. In order to help you determine whether your horse suffers from infections, diseases or illnesses, we have compiled a list for you of those you need to look out for, as well as their indications and manifestations. If, at any time, you think your horse is affected, consult a veterinarian immediately.

Because parasite worm can adversely impact your horse's overall horse condition, it is important to introduce a regulary worm program. In order to prevent medication resistances, you must supply a dose that corresponds to your horse's body weight. If, at any time, you are not sure what to do or what horse to buy, talk to your veterinarian and he or she can help you.

Acting a little early prevents a major issue in the horse's later lifes. The blacksmith is an authority in the area of horse shoe grooming. The skills include trim and balance of a horse's hoofs and fixation of heels. There is no pain for the horse, though if your horse shows sign of affliction then there may be something bad with his heel.

Horse that move periodically on firm ground need a horseshoe to protect their hoofs and stop the abrasion. It is the same when you ride your horse and especially when you are on the roads or on dirt roads. The hoofs of your horse should be trained by a blacksmith every six to eightweek.

If you have a problem with your feet or legs, some of your horse will need a specific boot. When your horse is already in footwear, it must be shoed every four to six month, according to the horse's horse's natural size. Avoid shoeing your horse too often as this can cause discomfort and cause injury to the area.

When you are not sure whether your horse needs to see a blacksmith, you should obtain further tips directly from other horse owner, stall personnel or the blacksmith. Providing your horse with food on a daily base is a basic element of the care of your new horse. How can you give your horse food?

First, it helps your horse to live on food such as hey. Biting on hey helps to keep your horse's mouth looking straight and can also keep the pH in the intestine. The horse should consume about one to two percent of its own bodily mass in food every day.

But when they graze on the fields for a long time, they don't need so much. Give your horse extra straw in addition to keeping him on pastures indoors. Cereals are also good for your horse. When you want to give them cereals, do this in small amounts and regularly.

When you give them too much cereal during a meal, it will be much more difficult to ingest. Most importantly, your horse's body and the amount of work it does are the most important factor in determining what to use. It is also possible to give your horse the following: Equine food, delicacies and food supplements can be bought together with the above mentioned food in an animal supply shop.

Feeding your horse twice a daily. Maybe you'd like to give them something to eat once they're out on pasture all the time. You can put it in large pails or tubs and there should be enough to hold or care for the number of them. When you want to horseback riding, you should allow an hours after feeding.

Too early horse back ride means that your horse's horse's heels have less space to work optimally. A horse lives on a daily basis and that means keeping to a strict feeding-plan. Mealtimes must be the same every single working week. Adhere to a proper diets and your horse will take the nutrition and vigor it needs.

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