Équin Communication provides consulting and training in equine behaviour. Our mission is to promote the well-being of equines living in domestication. We offer training programs and intervention strategies to support horses while helping solve their behavioural problems.
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This free course offers tools to better understand horses and their stress management in domestic living conditions (…)
This course is designed for the equine owner aiming to improve their relationship with their horse and/or solve a behaviour problem (…)
This training program allows you to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to intervene in situations of prevention and (…)
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In this episode, the Parlons Cheval team answer an emergency call and helps a mare who is aggressive towards her newborn foal, endangering the little one’s survival. See the intervention strategy that was applied in this situation in order to restore communication between the mare and her foal.
In this episode, the Parlons Cheval team helps a mare who has developed the habit of swaying side to side. A behavioural problem known in the equine field as “weaving”. See how equine behaviour practitioners managed to solve this behaviour disorder considered incurable.
In this episode, the Parlons Cheval team intervenes with two donkeys who do not allow humans to get near them. The intervention demonstrated in this episode are also applicable to horses.
In this episode, the Parlons Cheval team helps a mare who is aggressive during grooming. This is a regularly encountered problem. See how it is possible to remedy this situation.
In this episode, the Parlons Cheval team helps the owner of a horse who has been difficult to approach for 10 years! See the intervention strategy that was implemented to resolve this undesirable behaviour in just 3 sessions.
Follow the evolution of a young horse who refuses to gallop. In this episode, Dr. Yves Rossier, professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of St-Hyacinthe in Quebec (Canada) and official veterinary delegate of the FEI, informs us about lunging.
In this episode, the Parlons Cheval team helps the owner of a mare who exhibits several undesirable behaviours while on the lead rope. See how the preliminary sessions at liberty are necessary in the resolution of this situation.
For the conclusion of the show, here’s a summary of season 1 and 2, as well as the scientific knowledge to improve the well-being of our horses.
"After being immersed for several years in so-called traditional riding methods, I had lost sight of the passion and pleasure of riding. It was by taking the Équin Communication training program that my professional future and my vision of horses took a decisive turn. A scientific approach based on understanding, communication and respect for the horse, which gives full meaning to the human-horse relationship. "
"My relationship with my mare has completely changed since I applied the principles described in the Parlons Cheval series."
"Following the first session of the in-depth training in equine behaviour - 25 hours - I was able to integrate in the heard a 19-year-old horse who had bad habits. The documentation that supports this course is very helpful."
"This course gave me the knowledge and skills needed to buy my future horse. Sandy Letarte and her team are very generous."
"I have looked for a good training in equine behaviour for a long time, far from anthropomorphisms and subjective data. I wanted the science proper as well as real studies with herds of different living conditions. The true nature of the horse! This training program is really good. I don't see horses the same way today. I have completed Level I and am starting Level II."
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