Case Study: Human Directed Aggression in a Horse

Case Study: Human Directed Aggression in a Horse

Client: Experienced female horse owner in her 40s Horse’s name: Baron Breed: Welsh Section D Sex: Gelding Age: 5 BIOP: 2 years Height: 15hh Other horses owned by client: One 10-year-old gelding, 16.1hh, and one aged pony gelding, 13hh Accommodation: DIY at livery...
Case Study: “Remy” – Aversion to Towels

Case Study: “Remy” – Aversion to Towels

Case information: Name: Remy Age: Approximately 7 years old Breed: Texas heeler (Australian cattle dog/border collie/Australian shepherd mix) Sex: Female, spayed History Presenting complaint: Human-directed aggression while being toweled off. Acquired from and age at...
The Most Successful Case I Ever Lost

The Most Successful Case I Ever Lost

We are teacher and trainers. We are also learners. Our animal clients have lessons for us, it seems, each time we meet. When is it time to observe? When is it time to step back, adjust our plan? When do we push forward? We are familiar with these lessons, we trainers...