I’ve had many donkey training tips over the years. One of the best was to keep a journal, set official goals and get my donkeys on a more regular training schedule. I couldn’t do it without a Donkey Training journal planner!
If you have a Donkey then you can be a donkey trainer
I set training goals all the time. This year a few of my goals were, to train Jeb to drive and to train Jasper into a great hiking buddy and continue his riding training.
I also wanted to dive deep into clicker training and start exploring some training DVDs and some youtube videos to develop a plan to accomplish these things.
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Watching case studies on the different donkeys is helpful too. Very helpful when making my own case studies to help me understand my donkeys better. (A case study page is included in the journal)
I knew to keep on track of a plan and progress I would need a planner or journal or some sort. I ordered a Horse training journal but it was a waste of money. There weren’t any goal-setting pages or daily planner pages.. just a bunch of notebook lines and sappy horse quotes. Not what I needed to be successful with my donkeys.
This is a good article on developing a Training Plan for a horse to give some insight to developing a training plan for your donkey Develop a Plan that Works
Donkey Training Membership Group
I want to mention my online donkey training membership group. I post donkey training videos and training plans for examples every two weeks. For less than a cup of coffee, you can watch different donkeys being trained for different things to help you through your own donkey training. Support through this group allows me to keep donkey training information coming! Click the link below to check it out.
More Donkey Training Tips
Donkeys taught me really fast that to own a donkey is to become a trainer.
- I start with the goal setter page I created. That is my purpose.
- Then, I gather the donkey training information I need (DVD’s, Youtube, books, membership clubs) to set the plan to reach that goal into steps.
- I record the lesson plan and progress. I take notes and make a case study to help me understand my donkey better. There are pages in my journal for each of these things.
Training Donkeys with a Journal Planner
I wouldn’t have accomplished my goals and I won’t accomplish more of them with a record-keeping planner which I am now offering to others to help them achieve their dream goals with training donkeys!
You can grab a copy of my Donkey Training Journal Planner here and print one off for yourself. It’s in PDF form and you can print as many as you like!