Understanding Horse Behavior

Why do horses do the things they do? A behaviorist talks about how horses learn, stereotypies, herd dynamics, and more!
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Why do horses do the things they do? Join us as a certified animal behaviorist answers your questions about how horses learn, the causes of common stereotypies, herd dynamics, and more during our live event!

Why do horses do the things they do? A behaviorist talks about how horses learn, stereotypies, herd dynamics, and more!4/28/2016 20:28

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Robin Foster, PhD, CAAB, IAABC-Certified Horse Behavior Consultant, is a research professor at the University of Puget Sound in Seattle, Washington, and an affiliate professor at the University of Washington. She holds a doctorate in animal behavior and has taught courses in animal learning and behavior for more than 20 years. Her research looks at temperament, stress, and burn-out as they relate to the selection, retention, and welfare of therapy horses. She also provides private behavior consultations and training services in the Seattle area.

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