How Behaviorists Help Vets Diagnose Horse Health Problems

Behaviorist Dr. Sue McDonnell, of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center, explains how behaviorists and vets can work together to identify the source of a horse’s pain and disease.
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Behaviorist Dr. Sue McDonnell, of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center, explains how behaviorists and vets can work together to identify the source of a horse’s pain and disease.

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Sue M. McDonnell, PhD, is a certified applied animal behaviorist and the founding head of the equine behavior program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She is also the author of numerous books and articles about horse behavior and management.

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