The above are clear indicators that a horse may be struggling with some aspect of its daily life. Identifying what is causing this stress can be complex and if not addressed correctly can lead to further unwanted complications.
Lindsy helps owners understand the root cause of behaviour problems, offering solutions based on appropriate care and responsible management. Lindsy is strongly against the use of aversive techniques to override unwanted behaviours. She believes that suppressing behaviour through fear is unethical and only leads to further complications. Instead she promotes training based on positive reinforcement rather than any form of punishment.
Alongside her work as an equine behaviourist, Lindsy has worked for the past twenty five years in the field of complementary therapy for animals, she believes that this holistic approach can be extremely beneficial when helping horses overcome behavioural problems. This work is optional and can be introduced at any time if necessary.
If you would like to discuss with Lindsy how she can make a positive difference to the wellbeing of your horse, please feel free to contact her. Every horse is different and she will take the time to discuss the possibilities of helping you in whatever way she can.
Qualified NAC Equine & Canine Behaviourist International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC) Certified Horse & Dog Behaviour Consultant Member of the IAABC Application Review Committee Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC) Registered Accredited Horse and Dog Behaviourist
All work is undertaken through Veterinary consent/referral,
Based in Cheshire, Lindsy travels throughout the UK.