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Animal Behaviour Webinar

Clinical Animal Behaviour Webinar

Are you working towards becoming a registered equine Clinical Animal Behaviourist? Are you interested in equine behaviour and approaches used to manage behaviour problems? If the answer is yes, then The Horse Trust’s equine Clinical Animal Behaviour webinars are for you!

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Join us for a fantastic webinar with ABTC registered veterinary behaviourist and Horse Trust Director of Equine Behaviour, Gemma Pearson, who will be discussing a case involving a mare that was highly aversive to loading.

Gemma will initially look at approaches used to retrain horses to load into a lorry or trailer, and what evidence we currently have for these. She will then focus on a complex case involving a mare that was highly aversive to loading. Gemma will discuss relevant history, differential diagnoses, and the behaviour modification programme. The case brings together many different contributing factors and Gemma will explain how she developed a shaping plan to address them all, and how it was implemented over a prolonged period of time to achieve a happy horse and happy owner.

Date: Tuesday 5 April

Time: 7.30pm to 9.00pm including Q&A

Cost: £10

If you can’t attend live, the webinar will be recorded and delegates will have 3 months to watch the recording.

About Gemma

Gemma is a veterinary surgeon and ABTC registered Veterinary Behaviourist, and is Director of Equine Behaviour at The Horse Trust.

As a vet, her time is divided between seeing clinical behaviour cases, research and outreach. Gemma completed a residency in the Equine Hospital at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, becoming an advanced practitioner in Equine Internal Medicine alongside her MScR ‘Investigating horse-veterinarian interactions. She has recently submitted her PhD entitled ‘Investigating the stress response of horses undergoing veterinary care’.

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