4 edition of Understanding your horse"s behavior found in the catalog.
Understanding your horse"s behavior
Sue M. McDonnell
Includes bibliographical references (p. 142).
|Other titles||Your horse"s behavior|
|Statement||by Sue McDonnell.|
|Series||The horse health care library|
|LC Classifications||SF281 .M346 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||2005920844|
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Beginning with two chapters on how horses communicate with each other (and with their owners), the authors go on to describe the effects of pain on the horse's behavior. Two chapters on establishing trust with older, difficult horses and with "starting" (breaking in) foals and young horses lead into the final sections on dealing with specific behavioral problems.5/5(1).
Sue M. McDonnell is an associate professor and founding head of the Havemeyer Equine Behavior Programme at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, New Bolton Center. She has published widely on stallion sexual behaviour and dysfunction and is author of The Equid Ethogram, A Practical Field Guide to Horse Behavior/5(3).
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Learn how a horse thinks, perceives its environment, develops vices, and learns. You will also learn about bonding among horses and humans, as well as what is appropriate mare and stallion behavior. McDonnell is known for her scientific approach to the study of horse behavior/5.
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Horses give us very clear signals of the actions they are going to take/5(). By Sue McDonnell, Ph.D. Understanding Your Horse's Behavior is a fascinating compilation of real-life questions from horse owners about problems they face with their horses, and answers supplied by.
Many books I have read and owned have mostly focused just on the training side, but I really enjoy how Linda Telling-Jones puts more emphasis on behavior concepts blended with the training, which I believe is a much better way to train, and fundamental to understanding the horse/5().
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Subtle changes in your horse's posture, expression and movements can provide important clues to. Fisher shows how, by understanding the way tensions and blocks affect your horse, you can take steps to improve every aspect of its life effectively. This book gives useful tips on how to help your horse stay sound, recover from an injury and how to enable him to realise his full potential/5(12).
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About the Book Author. Audrey Pavia is the former editor of Horse Illustrated magazine and an award-winning writer of numerous articles on equine subjects. The author of seven books about horses, she has also contributed to Thoroughbred Times, Horse & Rider, and many other animal magazines.
Janice Posnikoff, DVM, is a highly respected equine veterinarian with over 20 years experience. Understanding your horse's behavior: your guide to horse health care and management.
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Understanding your horse's behavior: your guide to horse health care and management. [Sue M McDonnell] -- Information and resources on the basics of horse behavior. Included are examples of common behavior problems and suggested approaches to behavior modification.
A number of these books deal solely or mainly with the behaviour of horses themselves (PURE), while the remainder also go into issues of training and interaction with people.
Omitted from this list are books dealing primarily with horse care, riding, training and schooling etc. Horse Body Language. Understanding the behavior and body language of horses can keep you and others safe while working with horses. This article provides some common body language signs and signals, along with descriptions or translations of each.PRACTICAL APPLICATION: In order to try to adapt a horse to a man made environment he needs to be exposed to it in a way that will leave fear-less and pain-less memories and promote positive horse-behavior.
FACT: Horses are inherently curious. Horses are willing to check out new and unusual things that seem interesting but not threatening. In order to survive they know instinctively that they.