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Felicity George Equine Behaviour Consultant - Dunblane, Perthshire,

Natural Horsemanship

General Information

Professional / Company name Felicity George Equine Behaviour Consultant
Profession Natural Horsemanship
Location Perthshire,
Website Address

Specialities / Skills

Felicity's aim is to help you to understand your horse's behaviour, and find safe, positive and practical ways to resolve any issues.

She firmly believes that owning a horse should be fun, but over the years has seen many people whose horses have become a source of stress and worry rather than a source of enjoyment due to behaviour problems.

She also sees many horses whose humans have become a source of stress and worry!

Whether you and your horse are 'happy hackers' or serious competitors in any discipline, for everyone's safety and for your horse's welfare, it is very important that both of you are relaxed and comfortable in whatever you do together.

Some problems can be resolved by simple changes, for example to your horse's management, others may require a more lengthy retraining programme.

Whatever the problem, Felicity will make a thorough diagnosis to find the root cause of the problem then provide advice or a training programme as required, individually tailored to suit you and your horse, and will offer whatever level of support you require throughout the retraining process.

Qualifications / Affiliated Bodies / Regulated Bodies

Society of Equine Behaviour Consultants

International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants.

The Animal Behaviour and Training Council  An Accredited Animal Behaviourist

The Society of Equine Behaviour Consultants [ SEBC ]


Felicity has ridden and worked with horses for many years, and for more than 15 years has taken a serious interest in horse behaviour, studying a wide range of traditional and 'alternative' approaches to dealing with behavioural issues. She also has a solid background in science and worked as a scientific researcher at Edinburgh University for several years before moving on to work for private companies, travelling internationally and working as a consultant for a wide range of businesses.

Felicity stopped doing this kind of work 12 years ago, and finds problem solving for horses and their owners much more interesting and satisfying than her previous career. She is currently secretary of the Society of Equine Behaviour Consultants, is an examiner for the society, and runs an accredited training course in equine behaviour.

Accredited Equine Behaviour Course

This one year course, running from October 2017 to September 2018, covers:

  • Key elements of horse behaviour
  • The practical application of this knowledge to managing and training horses
  • Safety and welfare issues
  • Solving equine behaviour problems
  • The required professional practice for Registered Equine Behaviour Consultants.
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Equine Behaviour Classes

I offer a range of short courses on various aspects of equine behaviour.

The links below are to courses coming up soon. If you would like a day class, or a weekend course in your area, please get in touch.
  • 27th/28th September 2017: Perry Wood Clinic. 
  • 30th September 2017: Equine Body Language. 
  • 14th October 2017: Equine Social Behaviour - Part 1. 
  • 4th November 2017: Equine Social Behaviour - Part 2. 

Further Information

Years of experience 15
Locations I will visit clients within a 15 mile radius of Dunblane


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