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Unfortunately, next week’s webinar on 16th August with Anna Haines is cancelled. We will email everyone who has registered to arrange a refund.
We hope to run the webinar another time so please keep an eye on the Talk Equine Facebook page for updates.
Join us on Wednesday 16th August for a fascinating webinar with Clinical Animal Behaviourist, Anna Haines. Anna will be discussing a case involving a horse who found introductions to a new herd extremely difficult, with very conflicted behaviours. On the one hand he would behave aggressively towards any horse who was in close proximity, but on the other he would display signs of separation anxiety if separated from them.
This case will highlight the relevance of the horse’s previous history and the importance of working closely with the veterinary team to ensure any sources of pain can be identified and controlled. It will also improve attendees’ understanding of practical solutions that can help with smooth introductions to new companions.
Wednesday 16th August – To be rescheduled
Time: 7.30pm to 9.00pm including Q&A
If you can’t attend live, the webinar will be recorded and delegates will have 3 months to watch the recording.
Anna Haines is a Clinical Animal Behaviourist registered with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council, and is a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors. She has been passionate about horses since a young age and has spent her career working for animal welfare organisations around the world, including managing animal welfare establishments in the UK and abroad. Anna completed her Masters degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare to pursue her goal of becoming a Clinical Animal Behaviourist. She has since worked for several well-known equine charities, providing her services both within this country and internationally, working with equine owners from a variety of backgrounds and cultures and gaining extensive experience with horses, donkeys and mules. Now settled in beautiful Devon Anna is Equine Behaviourist for The Mare and Foal Sanctuary, whilst also continuing her freelance work as an equine behaviourist for private clients and writing for Horse and Rider Magazine.