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NEW TalkEquine Webinar with Jenni Nellist

Join us on Wednesday 6th December for our next equine behaviour case study webinar.

Clinical Animal Behaviourist, Jenni Nellist, will be discussing a two-year-old filly who presented with aggressive behaviour. The filly had been found on a common without her dam at 24 hours old and was subjected to aggressive behaviour from entire males. During the webinar, Jenni will explore how the filly’s behaviour had been influenced by stress, health, and social and sexual development.


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Our case study webinars are developed for equine behaviourists, and anyone working towards this goal. The case study topics are also relevant for other equine professionals and anyone with an interest in equine behaviour.

Date: Wednesday 6th December

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 Jenni

Jenni Nellist is an Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC) registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist (horses and dogs), and is a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB) registered with CCAB Certification (horses). Jenni has been practicing as an animal behaviourist since establishing her South Wales business in 2005, helping dog and horse owners towards better animal behaviour and more satisfying human-animal relationships. She gained the Post-Graduate Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling from the University of Southampton in 2006 and achieved the Masters in 2011, after conducting an in-depth study on the impact of training method on horse welfare and the horse-human relationship. Jenni also has an Equine Science degree (BSc Hons) from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, where she focused on behaviour and welfare issues, including a field study on Welsh hill pony behaviour.

About our Webinars

The aim of these webinars is to provide student, trainee and registered Clinical Animal Behaviourists with evidence-based CPD to develop their understanding of specific medical conditions and how they can impact on the horse’s behaviour, both in terms of the direct physical/behavioural impact, but also how having the condition can affect other areas of the horse’s life.

These webinars may also be useful to other equine professionals, and anyone with an interest in equine behaviour.

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