Equine Clinical Ethology: Cribbing & Wind sucking
The course is presented by Dr Machteld van Dierendonck, who works as a behaviour specialist, scientist and practitioner in the field of (equine) behaviour and welfare for the last 15 - 20 years.
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.
Click here to purchase the course Equine Clinical Ethology: Cribbing & Wind sucking.
After purchasing the course, you have 30 days to complete the course.
Accreditation: This online course has been accredited with 4 PE points for continuing education (horses) by PE-online. PE- veterinarians is the organization who on behalf of the Dutch Royal Society of Veterinary Medicine (KNMvD) accredits live and online education activities for vets.
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