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If You Like Riding Animals… Never Use Cruel Methods Of Training! Do This Instead

What’s the point about riding animals? The good news is: Riding animals helped us travel further, and avoid hazards on the ground, and save time as we travel. Also, riding animals can be a fun activity to do,–as long as you use positive reinforcement training. The less painful training methods; the better!

Although; some animal advocates has brought these cruel trainers to light, revealing the actual truth of how animals are trained for riding, in some cases; an elephant can intentionally eject a cruel mahout to get out of misery and escape.

If you were concerned about animal welfare at fairgrounds; new policies needed to be implemented to keep cruel trainers at bay. And remember: Church is no excuse for cruelty to animals. No person via any faith is above the law!

Why Change The Way How We Train Animals For Riding, And Caring For Them?

In order for a person to ride animals; he/she must invest longer time when training animals to be ridden. For example; you were training your large pony to give children pony rides, and you are an experienced equine trainer who don’t use cruel training methods. You set your pony at a theme park. Say if; you are at Fairies Dreams & Fantasy’s theme park, and we have rules to prevent cruelty to animals. You called us to take care of business. You want to ensure your animals for riding has met these minimum requirements when caring for your animals. You have 4 ponies, but you kept 1 on your property because, she is NOT ready to give rides for children or adults. You typically care for your animals, before the era of cruel training methods left in the dark. You understand why you should condition your animals to be ridden with a set amount of time, not too long… not too short, but just right. There’s trial and error. Vet visits are usually required to keep your animals’ health in check. Also, keeping your animals cool during hot days is essential to keep them comfortable, for this instance; you have a barn with a cooling system that is designed to keep the internal temperature in check.

If you were a skilled animal trainer who trains an animal for riding; you need to ensure they’re thoroughly conditioned. For this instance; you are repurposing your big dog to give children rides, and you are also a breeder who breed dogs via a small quantity. In order for a dog to give children rides, he/she must require a stronger build, a stronger spine, and other factors, the same way how we accomplished riding horses. Investing on time to develop a newer breed of dogs for riding in the future takes time and money.

However; manure management should be reconsidered; if you have ponies; turn their manure into fuel for power plants as renewable fuel, other animal manure can be turned into fuel for the power plant too! That’s what some people who offer animal rides at the fairground don’t understand at all!!

Although; an animal themed carousel doesn’t celebrate cruelty to animals. However; here’s the following common sense what trainers and riders should understand further: You should always use humane methods of training animals for riding without use of whips, and other cruel instruments. Depriving food and other essentials can make matters worse, if you do it; there’s consequences down the road. Riding animals can be fun, as long as you don’t get them overworked. Warming them up before riding is one thing what trainers don’t understand. If you were training ostriches to give rides; you need to focus on selective breeding and time when developing ostriches to ride. Take your time when training your animals, never rush. If you want to practice training animals; start with fake animals to ride.

Why Heating And Cooling Systems Are Necessary?

If you run a theme park during the cold days, or hot days, or both; your animals need to stay cool, or warm when they seek shelter in large buildings that are designed for handling large amounts of animals. If you have a campus-like setup; you can ensure your animals have more freedom to walk around freely. This setup require your buildings to have thick walls, green roofing, and regular maintenance. With green roofing implemented; cooling and heating costs are reduced. However; if you have goats; you need to ensure your animals are living with quality. Proper venting is necessary to keep carbon levels down. Also, other animals what you own may need to be monitored to keep their health in check.

Use of animal manure can be a great renewable fuel substitute for natural gas to warm facilities via steam heat. This is necessary to help cut the cost of having gas piping installed at your theme park.

Cooling should be a priority, but you need to use a quality cooling system that will last for a long time. Always go for quality machinery that will last for a long time.

The cooler the facility; the better. An ideal temperature is 60°F for the best results. This is a typical temperature that must emulate conditions since the time of a frozen planet. If you are using PTAC units; you must use a quality unit that is designed to output cold air with quality.

For Condenser units; always go for a wall-mounted machinery. Ductless split systems must be formatted as a way to cool facilities.

Training Facilities Must Have A Special Location For Safety Briefings

A safety briefing room is necessary for customers to ensure they follow safety instructions, like emergency prepardness, what to do if your animal is injured, etc.

Dedicated Platform For Customers To Pick An Animal To Ride

Having a dedicated platform for choosing an animal to ride is key to ensure customers have an opportunity to ride animals. A weighing station must be implemented to ensure correct customers ride correct animals that are designed to carry heavier riders, or light riders. Having 4 trees with greenery is key to regulate mood when people enjoy animal rides. However; having a route when people ride animals is key to ensure these animals are safely using these routes. Common pests entering these dedicated right of ways are cougars, bears, raccoons, and malicious dog owners who train aggressive dogs, and other aggressive animals to cause harm to anyone. Having some employees patroling these right of ways that are dedicated with strategic construction must undergo serious training.

If you have any of these animals for riding:

  • If You Offer Camel Rides

    One rider per camel. This is important to ensure each rider rides each camel. To ensure camels are trained properly; they must have a correct place to accept a rider. Don’t use any techniques to rush anyone to hop on camels. If this is the case; check with your camel breeder, or other trainers who are experienced working with camels.

  • >If You Offer Cattle Rides

    If you are an experienced rider who ride cows; ensure your customers are educated about riding cattle. You can always use single rider format. If you have double riders; ensure your cattle are conditioned to carry riders.

    If you have steers; ensure your customers are educated about safety when riding cattle.

  • If You Offer Dog Rides


    Don’t believein these myths about why you shouldn’t allow your child to ride on a back of a dog. However; you can train a dog to give small children rides. If you are a breeder; that works the best to selective breed dogs that are stronger to carry their riders,–if you are intentionally training your dogs to give children rides for the future.

    However; a decision is yours!

    Train your dogs to give children rides, and ensure you have a weighing station to ensure riders are carefully selected. If you are a breeder; plan out newer dogs that are intentionally selected to develop a ride-on type that is compatible with being walked with a lease. Alwaystake your time when training your dogs ahead of time.

    Ensure safety briefing is provided first. You can also setup a dog ride simulators for children and adults,–if you are reducing costs.

    If a dog is too small, don’t use it for giving children rides, if its large enough; train it with common sense. Take your time.

    For your dogs to stay cool; implement a special location with trees and other plants for them to stay cool. For hot days; convert their manure into fuel for boilers to warm up facilities.

  • If You Offer Goat Rides

    Ensure you have proper customers who are properly weighed to ensure they choose a right goat to ride.

    Always begin with a safety briefing.

  • If You Offer Other Animals To Ride

    Common sense is key when you setup platforms and have your animals trained for riding.

    Horses, ponies, and donkeys for riding must be treated with common sense. Don’t get them overwhelmed.

Less Whips, More Common Sense

If you dreamed of animals being trained for riding without use of whips and other cruel techniques; we need to render use of cruel techiques of training animals obsolete. We need to ensure we do this right. Never fall into these deceptive traps when people lie to you about how these animals are trained. If we plant trees in amusement parks in the first place; we can rethink how we care for animals and ride them. Also; we can use robots that are shaped like animals as a modern cruelty-free substitute for some animal advocates who prefer to use cruelty-free rides, or reduce costs even further.

Training animals without causing harm is one way to keep trust between a trainer and animal in check. However; most of these trainers don’t understand the concept of using common sense, and positive reinforcement.

Choosing quality over profit is key for a quality animal ride for people who want to ensure proper care is key for choosing a ride that offer animal rides.

However; we exclude elephants because, we are aware of mahouts being cruel to elephants, and poachers who poach elephants from nature. Lack of common sense is a serious issue, but we can force use of common sense as a way to rethink about how we treat our animals for riding.

I do enjoy riding animals, as long as trainers don’t use cruel methods of training them, and mistreating them.

If You Only Use Robotic Animals As Substitutes?

If owning animals is too expensive; and there’s no other way to keep your policies enforced constantly, you have an option to purchase custom-built robotic animals to ride. This is a cruelty-free approach when you run a theme park. This is a useful investment that will spare over 200 animals, or more! Always go for quality machines when purchasing these machines. Go for open-source machinery because, they’re low in costs, and democratizes use of machinery.

These robots are designed to be programmed.

You can cater this ride to both children and adults.

These robots can be ideal replacement for live animals, no need for them to have food breaks, or vet checkups,–or waste to pick up. They can run 24/7, and they’re designed to do other tasks!

What’s Wrong With These Animal Trainers Who Deceived Our Customers At Fairgrounds And Theme Parks?

I’ve read news about these cruel owners who were brought to light on Peta’s website, and I was outraged because, these narcisists has been doing this. If you think spanking of children is to blame, you are exactly right! This chain reaction of these consequences down the road. Faith is no reason to be cruel to animals. However; we can rethink how we train our animals at the fair to be ridden, and rethink how do we care for our animals at the fair.

Permits and licensing are required at all costs to ensure customers are choosing a right animal ride at a theme park that is willing to enforce animal handling policies. If these policies are enforced, and trainers agree to these policies; that should’ve solved the problem. Banning these cruel training techniques, and preventing mistreatment of animals is key to reshape our culture that focus on riding animals.

What trainers lack are written plans when caring for animals that are trained to be ridden by customers at the fairground. Riding animals via a long range, and going through places like exploring parts of a large theme park is better than circling. That gives an animal what you are riding an opportunity to make turns, and look around. We need to balance between training and caring for our animals. If an animal is done giving customers rides, he/she needs a break… like rest, shower, music to listen to, fresh air, and more. Having a dedicated place for animals to rest is key to ensure they have enough time to “reset” themselves. If any of these animals are sick, they should NOT give rides,–even if they have injuries, back problems, limb problems, etc. Typically, sick animals are removed from circulation, and theyshould NEVER be slaughtered at all costs.

Most people kept using tight circles when offering animal rides. Elephants are known to be mistreated, being forced to give rides, all without researching the drawbacks of training elephants for riding. Well, each animal has drawbacks too!

What You Should Do?

For Animal Trainers

Animal trainers must avoid use of cruel training methods when training animals to give rides. Choosing humane alternatives to cruel methods is key to reformat our way how we train our animals for riding.

If this the case; follow these steps:

  1. Write a plan

    Use a typewriter, or a computer to write your training plan when you train your animals for riding. For example; you are training your big dog to give customer rides via riding on a dog’s back. You may need to start off with a larger puppy, or if you are a breeder; develop a newer variant of a dog breed dedicated for riding, it may take some time to develop something new.

    Horses, ponies, goats, cattle, and even sheep can be trained,–as long as they’re large enough to be ridden. Development may take some time.

    Set a reasonable price for a ride what you are offering at the fairground.

    Plan where your animals should rest.

    Get a hold with a vet,–if you are training your animals to be ridden.

    Don’t believe in these myths when training your animals.

    If they’re drawbacks; document them.

    Research how other trainers train animals to be ridden.

  2. Take Your Time

    Always take your time, never rush your training session. Give you and your animal some time to be trained. If you don’t have time; hire a trainer who you trust to train your animals for you. Always go for a quality version of training animals. Quality is key for your animals to be trained.

    Log your training session, and write down what you’ve done, and observed when you trained your animal to be ridden.

    Offer treats when possible. Positive reinforcement is key when training animals.

  3. Use Positive Reinforcement Training

    This is important to ensure your animal trusts you, but always use common sense when training your animal to be ridden. If you use a pinless training technique that is humane and ethical, the better. You should alway practice as you choose this method of training (recommended).

    Don’t let anyone hit your animal when he/she didn’t execute your commands; if someone is hitting any of these animals; stop them immediately and contact law enforcement to have these cruel individuals arrested, if they’re employees who were involved; fire them. Always have a video security system to monitoring your training facility, that way; you can help prevent cruelty at all costs.

  4. Warm Up Your Animals

    Give your animals some time to warm up,–before they give anyone rides. The longer the warm up time; the better; they need to have some range to walk around, or play with other animals. Don’t leave them unattended, have someone what you trust look after your animals.

    Check if any of your animals are sick, if they’re are; take them to a vet as soon as possible. Never force sick and injured animals to give rides.

  5. Ensure Your Animals Are fed Properly

    Always have feeding schedules consistent when you care for animals. Use a watch, notepad, and other equipment to document time when your animals are fed. Calculate expenses when your animals are fed. Adjusting prices when customers who are about to ride animals is key to run a profitable ride.

  6. Always Have A Safety Briefing

    A safety briefing must be easy to understand. Let your customers ask questions,–if they have concerns,–regarding animal welfare.

  7. Clean Up After Your Animals

    Find a power plant, or start a new kind of a power plant as a business to turn manure and other animal waste into energy. This byproduct of animal ownership must be put to good use. This is a useful strategy to generate renewable energy. This is necessary to help keep the fairground clean. If you have manure being trucked away to power plants for generating energy; set aside earned income from a power plant to your savings account, and ensure your animals are cleaned up too!

    Always work with a city for guidance.

  8. Give your animals to rest

    A good bath or shower is key to help get all of the dirt off of them. This is also important to prevent your animals from feeling so itchy. All of the dirt and other debris can cause them to be uncomfortable. This is important to reduce stress and other issues. A quiet place with classical music playing is key to keep your animals relaxed. Don’t forget to add plants to your barn where your animals live. Don’t keep them locked inside; ensure they have a large field to roam with protections implemented like protection against bears, and mountain lions/cougars.

    If you have over 4 animals; hire employees who have clean records to look after your animals.


  9. Offer Simulators

    Cater simulators to both children and adults when you offer this ride. With a simulator; you can ensure you rely on these machines,–if all of your animals are used up. This is useful if you want to offset costs of caring for your animals,–or if you are setting up funding for relying on real animal for the future. This is useful for budget fairgrounds, or as an addition to an existing theme park. Always go for open-source software as a way to keep costs down.

For Fairground Customers

It’s important to ask questions before you take any animal ride at your local theme park, and ensure common sense is taken very seriously.

If you were about to go on a pony ride; ask questions first. However; you can report animal welfare violations to hold cruel owners accountable.

Ensure sinks are available to get your hands washed with warm water and soap. If not; don’t pay for this ride; report it immediately. This is necessary to prevent spreading of gerns when possible.

If at anytime; your children are injured or worse; its strongly recommended to get emergency help immediately, don’t do this yourself, leave it to the professionals, such as EMTs. They will do all of the heavy lifting for you. If you are suing for damages, do it immediately. video footage is key to bring issues with theme parks to light. If any employee or contractor has violated policies, a contractor may have his/her license revoked, or forfeited,–depending on a judge at court.

You should always check if they have a safety briefing included, always ask for it. Never make up your own safety briefings under any circumstances. Ask instead!

If you see any trainer using a whip to force an animal to do something; don’t pay for this ride.

Check if this ride has any disclosures that are required by law.

Advocate for special permits after any animal trainer take classes and examinations. Taking mandatory classes is necessary for animal trainers.

Advocate for mandatory requirements when animals are being trained and used for riding like proper shelter, and proper treatment of animals.

By Fairy-Rider

Part of Fairies Dreams & Fantasy staff

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