Quote: Please note that at time of registration, you will be billed for the following: the in-home introduction session at $150,00; an annual administration fee of $99.00; your first month's membership fee of $99.00 (prorated to the first of the following month); the four minimum monthly Daily Doggy Time usage days at $45.00 per day (also prorated to the first of the following month).
Originally Posted By: butch33611Stupidest thing I ever heard of.
Just about wraps up the idiocy behind this idea. The thought that someone (s) are is going to make $$$ off this idea is just sickeningOriginally Posted By: HistorianLet it suffice to say that this is an idiotic idea and that I feel sorry about the dogs.
I worked for many years taking people on trail rides.Originally Posted By: selzerPeople can rent a horse for a few hours for trail riding and such.
I cannot imagine that, especially when I hear the people come in and talk about their horses, like I talk about my dogs.
Some idiot that doesn't really care about the animal only making a few $$$Originally Posted By: selzer
Who in the world would hand their dog's leash over to a stranger and say, sure bring him back this afternoon?
Originally Posted By: Timber1
For the original poster, stick with a good recue group.
I second this. Some of those guided rides places are the first exposure many people have to riding and can get folks really interested in pursuing it further.Quote:I'm con "grab a horse and go" places but commend the "let me show you some basics and take you on a safe and guided ride" places that don't run their horses into the ground.