UK vet practices are being offered free tickets to educational equine behaviour lectures.

Ears pulled back flat against the head with teeth bared and the sclera showing, usually an indicator of further aggressive behaviour, such as biting or kicking. Image by Jpereira, CC-BY-SA-3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.

Equine behaviourist Anna Saillet, of Equine Behaviour Solutions, has linked up with Surrey-based organisation Learning About Animals for the Horseless Horse Club – a series of evening talks.

Free tickets are available for one vet and one vet nurse from any veterinary practice. Delegates do not need to own a horse to attend.
Miss Saillet is an equine behaviourist who has worked for animal welfare organisations in the UK and abroad and spent considerable time working for the Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust.
Learning About Animals is a small organisation based in Surrey and run by Suzanne Rogers that provides an array of educational talks covering a variety of species.
The first Horseless Horse Club event is called “An Introduction to Equine Behaviour” and will take place on November 27 at The Lymm Hotel in Warrington, Cheshire.
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