Our vision of RPlus
RPlus is the scientific term for positive reinforcement. Positive interaction is the background model that governs our way of training horses but also the way we publish our contents. Our work aims to literally present positive reinforcement through the study of live models. So, we offer contents, our treats for you, and we simultaneously offer a kind of behavior just like in training with positive reinforcement. You can give positive feedback if you like our work or some articles in particular; and you can thereby influence our activity to guarantee that our treats grow bigger, and that certain topics appear more frequently. On one hand, you can click on the heart at the bottom of each piece of content to show appreciation, and tell us “I like”. On the other hand, you can directly write us messages to give personal feedback, and share our treats online to introduce your friends to our RPlus topics.
The voluntary subscription
Furthermore, you can especially appreciate our work with a voluntary subscription, or support us financially with a one-off donation if you like what we do. The contributions we receive from our community carry the RPlus spirit, and allow us to implement ever greater projects. We care about the relationship of human beings who endeavor to find a way with their horses that is gentle and full of understanding. So, we aim to provide a platform for all horse people who are interested in free and sophisticated information about positive reinforcement. We would like to share our knowledge of non-violent interaction through positive reinforcement with you so that it can continue to grow, and we hope we can count on you to support our work. We dream of bringing positive reinforcement to life simply by the means of your feedback and support; we want to set an example for more freedom, and against pure commercialization. With regard to so many misunderstood horses, it is far more important to spread current learning methods and the concept for a form of communication that is based upon the animals’ needs than it is to erect paywalls. So, each and every one should be able to access our important knowledge first; and you can decide later how much you value our commitment to a horse-friendly future.