Thank you! You can never have too many pictures for sure. Last year I halter broke in about a week with a Weaver nylon halter, probably similar to what you have used, and I think I like it especially because it is gentle on their faces. One thing to look at if you are wanting to try again, Weaver has a nylon one that has a chain for the lead, and I have never had issues keeping it on lambs. We did attach dog leashes to lead when walking lambs separately, simply to save our hands. They definitely are different from the horse halters though.I see nothing wrong with a hundred pictures. More is always better, right? They are cute, look like winners to me. How long does it take to halter train a lamb? I'm not real impressed with so called sheep halters, just a loop with the lead rope run through a loop. I bought one, it falls off, maybe not a good quality. I guess I am used to buckle on type halters, like for horses. They don't fall off!