UPenn’s New Bolton Hosts Virtual ‘Pop-Up’ Horse Behavior Course

Led by Dr. Sue McDonnell, the four-session, 16-hour course will run Oct. 9-12, 2021, and is open to veterinarians, trainers, and horse owners of all experience levels.
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UPenn’s New Bolton Hosts Virtual ‘Pop-Up’ Horse Behavior Course
University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center is hosting a virtual “pop-up” equine behavior course Oct. 9-12, 2021.

Led by Sue McDonnell, PhD, CAAB (Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist), the course will include four sessions for a total 16 hours of education. It’s open to owners, trainers, horse enthusiasts, veterinary care professionals, students, educators, and animal scientists with any level of previous horse behavior knowledge. For veterinarians and vet techs the four sessions represent 16 hours of continuing education (CE) credit.

Topics will include social behavior, husbandry and care, cognition and learning, and behavior modification.

Tuition is $900 and registration is open until Sept. 30, 2021. Contact McDonnell at suemcd@vet.upenn.edu for more information.

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