10-16-2009, 06:28 PM
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I think I would leave them alone for a day or two, just feed and water them, hang out for a bit, pet them if they're comfortable. You don't want to freak them out so they panic in there and get hurt. Check on them a few times a day if you can, so you can make sure they're ok and they can see you and smell you and know you're not scary. Then after they settle (a day or two) you can start to handle them, touching them all over. Everyday you can maybe do a little more with them to get used to people and being touched and handled and having the halter on. Just take it easy and don't rush. You're starting the foundation of their training.
Good luck and enjoy playing with them.