Deworming The Difficult Horse
- November 19, 2018
- Tristen Baroni
The number one key for this to be a successful endeavor for both you and your horse is preparation. If you have a horse that you know is difficult (or you think may be difficult) plan a day or two ahead of time and prepare the horse before you attempt to treat them. So often we can make an issue much bigger by attacking it (whatever issue it may be) instead of taking the time and working with the necessary pieces that make up the bigger issue. If you are able to work with the horse’s head and mouth a day or two in advance it will be plenty of time to teach the horse the appropriate response. That way, by the time either you or your vet administer a dewormer and/or other vaccination, your horse will handle it like a champ.
As always I hope this video helps someone along the way and you are all enjoying your horses.
About Tristen Baroni
I enjoy working with horses and people. It affords me the opportunity to constantly learn and improve my horsemanship skills and also grow as an individual. Horses are truly remarkable in the way they are and what they are capable of. I’m trying to get these...