The pathway to becoming an equine behaviourist in the UK requires you to: In the UK the primary equine behaviourist role at present is clinical equine behaviourist where you would be registered by the Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC) as an ABTC-CAB (Clinical Animal Behaviourist), specialising in equines. What is the Animal Behaviour andContinue reading “How do I become a registered equine behaviourist?”
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The right Behaviourist for the job
Already this morning I’ve taken six enquiries for help with dog behaviour, really desperate people, wits’ end, it’s all gone wrong for them with their beloved family member, they’re distressed, their lives are in turmoil. What will they do if they can’t live with their dog?? All of them have seen at least one “behaviourist”,Continue reading “The right Behaviourist for the job”
What is a differential diagnosis in equine behaviour cases?
In clinical behaviour the practitioner carries out a differential diagnosis to look at the possible explanations for the unwanted behaviour. When clinicians ask owners a long list of questions, they are narrowing down the list of possible explanations. These help them to identify the differential diagnoses, confirm the diagnosis and develop a relevant and effectiveContinue reading “What is a differential diagnosis in equine behaviour cases?”
Feeling desperate about your horse or dog’s bad behaviour?
Too afraid or embarrassed to leave the house with your dog? Can’t even leave the yard, or enjoy a good schooling session with your horse? Why you need a behaviour practitioner who is regulated by the Animal Behaviour and Training Council, if your horse or dog is playing up. The ABTC is the industry regulatorContinue reading “Feeling desperate about your horse or dog’s bad behaviour?”