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Registered Equine Psychology Specialist

Felicity George

SCOTLAND

Registered Equine Psychology Specialist

Felicity George

SCOTLAND

Dunblane

Felicity George

Qualifications

BSc, MPhil, EBA Registered Equine Psychology Specialist, IAABC Certified Horse Behaviour Consultant and ABTC Accredited Animal Behaviourist

Bio

Felicity has a strong background in science, completing a BSc and an MPhil at Edinburgh University in the 1990’s, and then working there as a research scientist.

 Her love of horses has been lifelong. She has worked with horses on a voluntary or part time basis for over 20 years; at riding schools, competition yards and rescue centres. She has 2 horses and a pony of her own.

In 2009 Felicity brought together her interests in science and horses and trained to be an equine behaviourist. Since qualifying, she has worked full time in this area, helping clients with their horses and running courses on equine behaviour. Felicity is the author of the chapter on riding instruction in the recently published book Equine Behaviour in Mind: Applying Behavioural Science to the Way We Keep, Work and Care for Horses.

 In addition to being an EBA REPS, she is a certified horse behaviour consultant with the IAABC and an accredited animal behaviourist with the ABTC

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In this webinar Rachaël Draaisma introduces various forms of equine scentwork. She will dive deeper into the advantages equine scentwork gives and how they positively affect the horses physically and mentally. For instance, you will get to know why scentwork calms the horse, why it leads to less spooky behaviours, or more connection between horse and handler. Rachaël will also discuss the challenges and applicability of various scentwork exercises. Although this webinar does not give a step by step guide on how to get started on the equine scentwork exercises, it will inspire many to explore further and to add these new activities into their daily life and work with horses.

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