Equine Clinical Ethology: Cribbing & Wind sucking
Cribbing and wind sucking are experienced by many owners and veterinarians as one of the most problematic equine stereotypies, which is perceived as virtually unable to be cured. The course Equine Clinical Ethology – Cribbing & Wind sucking is aimed at an international audience which already has a good basic understanding of equine behaviour. This course is specifically designed for equine veterinarians to provide a condensed insight in the causation, diagnosis, treatment (and yes it can be stopped) and prevention of the “stable vice” cribbing and wind sucking (preferably referred to as stereotypic behaviour). However, animal science students and equine professionals with a higher professional education may also appreciate the content of this course. This course consists of 1 module that includes 3 video’s (total lecture time 123 min), several exercises and supplementary material. More information is listed in the course details.
Equine Clinical Ethology
This one-theme course addresses Cribbing & Wind sucking and is part of a series of courses addressing 'Equine Clinical Ethology'. Courses that are marketed under the umbrella of “Equine Clinical Ethology” provide the equine practitioners applied knowledge and skills based on proven biological, ethological and psychological methods.
This course is will be available soon on this platform.
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