AGGRESSION IN HORSES
LOVE YOUR HORSE
BUT NOT THEIR BEHAVIOUR?
A common reason for people to contact an equine behaviourist is that their horse is behaving aggressively. Aggression in horses may occur as threats such as ear pinning or kick or bite threats, or it may involve acts such as biting, chasing, kicking or striking. Aggressive behaviour may be directed towards humans or other horses. In rare instances, it may even be self-directed.
Horses behaving aggressively are not only dangerous to be around, the aggressive behaviour can indicate that the horse is experiencing a high level of stress and unhappiness.
Horses may behave aggressively for a number of reasons. Lauren can determine why your horse is behaving aggressively and she can design a training program to help resolve the issue. Lauren is available for remote consults, worldwide, to address aggressive behaviour in horses.