Which means too much time spent over-thinking possibilities. Also, trying not to buy shit I don't need.
My favourite past-time is combining the two.
Cisco is quite reactive to sudden noises. Sudden movements too, but I think he gets over those sooner. Creaking and flapping of the arena leave him very concerned for long periods of time afterward. Because of this, he's not terribly chill in the arena, which I would like to change.
|Lemieux Acoustic Ears - about $80 CDN|
In perusing the interweb while trying to not have to get out of bed on Sunday morning, I discovered sound-reducing fly veils. Which got me wondering.
I'm not a gimmick person, and I dislike shortcuts. But if something simple like being able to muffle some sounds on windy days helps Cisco not lose his brain, I can get behind it.
|Schockemohle Silent Fly Veil - about $90 CDN|
I don't want to use poms or earplugs - I'm far too short to try putting those in. So fly veils would be the way to go.
|Equiline Soundless Ear Net - about $120 CDN|
Does anyone have any experience with this type of fly veil? Reviews seem to be pretty good - they don't completely muffle all sound, but do seem to make a difference.